Internet betting software developer Tom Horn Gaming has announced that they've been granted a gaming license through the Malta Gaming Authority, which will allow the developer to provide their games to operators that are present in the jurisdiction.
The developer was granted a Class 4 Remote Gaming License, and will be able to use the opportunity to grab a foothold in the European online market, as many betting sites hold Maltese licensing. Previously Tom Horn held a license through the jurisdiction of Lithuania.
Commenting on the matter Tom Horn Gaming CEO Ondrej Lapides said, "Malta is the 'Gateway to Europe', with many leading European gaming companies holding Maltese licenses and doing business in the region. We acquired the license in response to the growing demand for our products in the region and to support our continued expansion as a supplier into new markets."