Online focused game distributor, Entertainment Software Association (ESA) Gaming, has been a prominent name for manufacturing and supplying video games. Recently the company has been approved for and eventually got a supplier license by and from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). Achieving this license is a milestone for the company as it is currently trying to expand its reach to get some scopes beyond its comfort zone and across all the markets worldwide.
The MGA suppliers license will provide ESA the ability to distribute all its collections of mobile and virtual games and other products. ESA Gaming started its journey aiming to share the bright future of video games and spread the bright side of that gaming sector to the world. Now it has become more capable of doing what it had set for in the first place. It can now increase more player engagement and allow for cross-selling all across different sportsbooks and casino players to a wide range of new operators.
Opens a New Scope
EasySwipe products of the company are HTML5, lightweight, and mobile-first games, and all of them are integrable into sportsbooks which allow bettors and players to engage in different casino play without compromising the experience of sports betting.
The chief executive of the supplier, Zorica Smallwood, said that the opportunity to accredit their products by the Malta Gaming Authority marks an incredibly exciting step for them as they were looking to continue their upward trajectory. She also said that being approved for the MGA license was crucial for them as they continued to gain more partners across several other jurisdictions, while the license will allow them to maintain the maximum level of compliance with their products.
Additional to its achievement of the MGA license, ESA has already held certifications for the Colombian and Italian markets. In October, ESA Gaming has inked a contract with Sportingtech. Sportingtech’s partners were subsequently allowed to access to EasySwipe titles from the ESA portfolio.
The MGA has confirmed that Dr. Carl Brincat, who was previously the chief legal and enforcement officer of the regulator, has now appointed its new chief executives.