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Game designer Swintt announced last week that they've been granted a business to business license through the Malta Gaming Authority, allowing the company to provide games to operators within the jurisdiction.
The agreement grants approval to being offering software immediately, and Swintt has indicated that Twin, Rootz, Suprnation, Hero Gaming, Wunderino, and Rabbit Entertainment are all taking on their software immediately. Swintt has more than 25 games in their library, including Sushi Master, King Dinosaur, and Diamond Fortune.
"Obtaining the MGA B2B license just after our first birthday marks a huge moment in Swintt's history as we move into new markets and take our games online with some of the biggest and best operators in the industry," said Swintt CEO David Flynn.
"We are thrilled to be bringing authentic localised products to our partners, enhanced with our gamification product. We thank our partners who have signed contracts with us already and look forward to this exciting phase of our continued expansion."