Casino games development company Octoplay has been granted a recognition notice by the Malta Gaming Authority.
The decision, which follows the awarding of its Romanian licence in August, allows the provider to start supplying its games to MGA-licensed operators.
It comes a month after Octoplay signed its first direct integration content agreement with Betsson to supply all titles developed on its proprietary RGS platform.
CEO Carl Ejlertsson said that the recognition notice was an important development for the new company whilst it applied for a full MGA licence.
He added: “We are now open for business in Malta and will be in all other regulated jurisdictions soon. Interest in our unique games has been very high since we launched last month, and we are excited about the opportunities that the recognition notice opens up for us. Thank you very much Malta.”
Octoplay’s first games Pearly Shores, Heavy Anchor and Hot Harvest, were recently joined by two engaging new slots: Disco Dive and Blazing Touch.