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Internet betting group BOSS Gaming has announced this week that they've been granted a gaming license by the Malta Gaming Authority, giving the group the chance to provide their software to operators in the country as a result.
The licensing will allow BOSS to work with casino operators to provide their platform services, which includes sportsbetting and casino solutions. The company has more than 60 games in their casino platform, and they work with operators that are licensed in regulated markets. In addition to their platforms, the group also has a consultancy business where they help groups develop their online casino plans.
Commenting on the licensing BOSS Gaming's Catalina Lukianenko said, "Malta is a country with a perfect reputation and steady political and economical system. It is also a proved member of the EU, so Malta licensing is considered as a reliable iGaming regulation all over the world. Those who obtained Malta gaming license can propose legal and approved gaming services to clients, and so we do at BOSS Gaming."