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Spanish game supplier R. Franco Digital has announced that they've taken an important step in expanding its European operations after they were granted a Critical Gaming Supply License through the Malta Gaming Authority.
The licensing will allow R. Franco Digital to provide its software to casinos and aggregation platforms that are also licensed by the MGA. This is big for the company, as the MGA is one of Europe's best regulators and hundreds of operators are licensed through the jurisdiction. The developer's platform is dubbed IRIS 4.0 and has more than 40 different developers on-board.
This licensing is fresh, and there haven't been any names of casinos that the developer will be working with.
"As the most established gaming company in Spain, we have enjoyed substantial growth through partnerships with allies who share our vision of creating truly innovative and tailored products and technology," said R. Franco Digital Director Javier Sacristan Franco. "With the MGA licence now under our belt, we are excited to begin a new phase where we can form new alliances and offer our games to a wider number of European players than ever before."