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Casino game developer Red Rake Gaming has been granted a gaming license through the Malta Gaming Authority, allowing the group to offer their games with operators that also hold a license in the jurisdiction.
The license is the latest for Red Rake, who also has authorizations in Romania, Belgium, Portugal, Italy, and Spain. The group has more than 30 different video slots and table games on offer, and they work with more than 200 different partners to deploy their games. Malta is considered to be one of the better locations to have a gaming license, as they actually enforce regulations. The most recent example of this is the regulator stripping four operators of their licenses.
Speaking about the achievement Red Rake Managing Director Nick Barr said, "Securing the MGA license is another big step in Red Rake Gaming's strategy and increases our capability to be able to supply the large concentration of operators located on the Island. This further solidifies our commitment and expansion on the Island after recently setting up our commercial and business development team in Malta. Based on the demand for the Red Rake Gaming portfolio, which was even more apparent after a very successful ICE exhibition, we expect to continue growing our footprint in Malta. 2019 is already shaping up to be a great year for the company and a big well done goes out to all involved in securing the license."