The new licence will enable iSoftBet to offer its content to operators and their affiliates in the regulated Malta market.
The approval will also impact software providers with games on iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform (GAP), with those that hold a MGA gaming licence or letter of recognition to continue to supply their content.
iSoftBet now holds licences in 16 regulated markets worldwide including the UK, Alderney, Belgium, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Portugal and Switzerland.
“Malta is a key milestone for iSoftBet, and we’re delighted to have gone through the licensing process with flying colours,” iSoftBet’s compliance manager Mark Halstead said.
“This enables us to both extend our relationships with existing tier one customers as well as gain access to a wealth of potential new clients. Malta is attracting an increasing number of well-known operators and we’re excited about what the future holds there.”