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Betting software group Playgon Games has announced that they've been granted a gaming license from the Malta Gaming Authority which will allow the group to provide its games to other MGA licensed operators.
Playgon produces live dealer games, including big-name titles like blackjack, roulette, and baccarat, with a broadcast studio in Las Vegas. The company will leverage this gaming license to provide these games to operators throughout Europe, expanding its presence in the lucrative continent. Playgon already has an agreement in place with Swintt, who'll add the games to its platform moving forward.
Commenting on the licensing Playgon CEO Darcy Krogh said, "With our additional type 1 license secured from the MGA, we are cleared to go live and begin generating revenue.
"We have already secured several commitments from both operators and aggregators that see the tremendous value in our technology and have patiently been waiting for us to get our type 1 licence.
"We anticipate going live in the coming days with some of these groups allowing access to what we believe is the most innovative and exciting mobile live dealer technology available in the market."