On 10th July 2020, SoftGamings reached a historical milestone in the form of the prestigious B2B Critical Supply Licence from the Malta Gaming Authority. With it, the company intends to expand the reach of its gambling software solutions, including casino and sports betting, across the Maltese jurisdiction.
The B2B Critical Supply Licence will also serve as a badge of trust and help SoftGamings earn greater cooperation among existing partners and potential partnerships from all over the world.
The MGA is one of the most reputed gaming licensers and regulators in the world. It ensures thorough inspections and stringent scrutiny before granting licences to gambling establishments and casino software providers. SoftGamings acquiring the coveted Critical Supply Licence is proof that the company focuses on offering quality software solutions without compromising security, fairness and reliability.
The provider’s platform is unique and offers a wide range of slots, table games and a massive sportsbook powered by Betradar. It is worth noting that Betradar is also on its way to acquiring an MGA licence soon. It indicates SoftGamings will have a stronger claim to its trustworthiness among potential clients and a chance to establish itself as a frontrunner in the iGaming industry.
Irina Sazonova, director of partnerships at SoftGamings believes the licence is yet another confirmation that the company is on the right track. With their current presence and insight, the MGA B2B Critical Supply Licence will open doors to new and long-term partnerships and bring a boost to the company. Sazonova further said they are gearing up for what she believes would be a record year for SoftGamings.