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Image: Pablo L Mendoza/Shutterstock has received a recognition notice from the Malta Gaming Authority, allowing the provider to offer its third-party content across all MGA-regulated markets. 

Signalling a move that will strengthen St8’s presence in several countries, the platform provider can now interact with operators in MGA jurisdictions and integrate its collection of curated content into their online casino lobbies. 

St8 CEO Vladimir Negine commented: “Receiving this approval from the MGA was a key strategic goal for St8. This will enable us to provide our platform to operators in MGA-regulated markets worldwide, maintaining the highest levels of player protection along the way.” 

The licence builds on St8’s existing licence in Romania, which it received from the Romanian National Gambling Office in September last year. 

In addition to online casino content, St8’s platform also includes back office, real-time data and instant support, as well as access to all marketing and bonus tools provided by its studio partners.

Negine added: “Alongside the licence we received in Romania, we’re now able to support partners in even more markets. Our plan is to continue to expand our licensed footprint in 2024 and beyond.”

To bolster the third-party content offered via its aggregation platform, St8 has partnered with slot developers such as Pragmatic Play, BGaming, Slotmill, Peter & Sons and Booming Games.