This week, Caleta Gaming announced that it has secured a Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) B2B Critical Supply Licence for Type 1 Gaming Services.

Fabíola Jaeger, Caleta co-founder and CEO, said: “What an achievement! It represents a significant milestone in our company’s history. We look forward to building new partnerships with MGA-licensed operators. We are ready to take our gaming excellence to partners worldwide, solidifying our presence in the global online gambling landscape”. 

With a portfolio of over 120 online casino games, Caleta Gaming is a rising star in the LATAM iGaming industry. It has captivated players worldwide with thrilling titles, immersive graphics, and unique gameplay mechanics.

Paulo Nova, Caleta co-founder and CTO, added: “Obtaining this license confirms our credibility and the quality of our products and services, and this is just the beginning of an exhilarating journey for Caleta Gaming. We can’t wait to share our exceptional games and innovations with a global audience”.

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