SoftGamings Granted MGA Critical Supply License

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Software firm SoftGamings shared this week that they've been granted a B2B Critical Supply license through the MGA, allowing the company to offer their products to other betting firms that are licensed within Malta.

The company provides slots and table games in addition to a sportsbook, and the move will help augment the company's operations. No immediate plans for the use of the license were available as of press time.

"We are delighted and proud to receive the B2B Critical Supply Licence from the Malta Gaming Authority, as it represents a significant milestone in our company's history and another confirmation that we are on the right track," said SoftGamings Director of Partnerships Irina Sazonova. "With the current presence and insight we have, an MGA B2B licence is the recognition of the quality of our services and opens doors to new and long-term partnerships.

"Our current and future partners can be sure they are dealing with a licensed and compliant casino software provider, which will lead to the further expansion of our business. With the boost this MGA licence is bound to bring to our company, we are bracing for what is hopefully going to be a record year for us."

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