BGaming granted MGA licence


BGaming granted MGA licence

BGaming has been granted a Critical Supply Licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), with the iGaming content provider now able to offer its online casino games to the market.

BGaming will offer its slots, video poker, card and dice games to customers, with the company announcing the move as “a major milestone for BGaming, allowing it to boost its international reach and widen its partner’s networks.”

The licence gives Malta-licensed operators access to over 60 studio products, including Elvis Frog in Vegas, Fruit Million, and Aztec Magic Deluxe.

“MGA has always been considered to be the industry’s must-have accreditation and we are excited to acknowledge the fact that we’ve arrived here,” said Marina Ostrovtsova, director of BGaming.

“Over the last year, BGaming showed incredible growth, so this just makes us even more thrilled of reaching more players with our content. The future seems bright for BGaming, with new deals and partnership opportunities for even more growth and constant improvement.”

The MGA is the regulatory organisation for gaming in the region, covering land-based and online gambling services. It published its Interim Performance Report in February 2021, analysing the performance of the MGA, having appointed Dr Carl Brincat as its CEO in January.