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Game developer Slotmill has announced that they've been granted a gaming by the Malta Gaming Authority that'll allow it to provide games to operators and platforms that also hold a license in the country.
Malta is seen as one of the key European gaming regulators, as casinos that hold licenses there can provide services to customers over a wide geographic area. This licensing will see partners able to offer Slotmill titles like Lucky Lucifer and Neon Dreams, among others. As of press time, there isn't a list of Malta-licensed partners that Slotmill will be working with.
Commenting on the licensing Slotmill's Johan Ohman said, "Being granted an MGA licence is a major event that opens up a multitude of new and exciting business opportunities. Furthermore, the MGA license is a seal of credibility confirming that Slotmill's products and services meet the toughest standards and I am confident that it will generate a multitude of new long-term partnerships and propel the company forward."
Slotmill is also licensed to conduct gaming operations in the countries of Latvia, Sweden, Estonia, and Lithuania.