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Malta-based iGaming Group, an industry leader in white label solutions, on Tuesday announced it has launched two new casinos, Simsino and WunderWins.

Both sites will operate under Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) licences, and will “feature a host of top performing games from award-winning developers and offer players a safe and regulated environment, whilst also allowing for swift withdrawals and deposits via major payment providers”.

Simsino Casino boasts a generous selection of deposit bonuses, free spin offers and giveaways and is home to more than 4,000 games. These include legendary Play’n GO slot Book of Dead, Pragmatic Play hit Sweet Bonanza and NetEnt favourite Finn and the Swirly Spin.

WunderWins Casino launches with Hacksaw Gaming’s stellar line-up of slots including Wanted Dead or a Wild, Dork Unit and Time Spinners. This site also utilises innovative gamification tools led by Unibo and has 24/7 Customer Support led by a team of responsible gambling experts.

Phil Pearson, COO of iGG White Labels, said: “Much like Blue Origin we are launching all the time, and for a cheaper price! You could go to space with Jeff Bezos or launch yourself into the cold dark abyss of profit with your own white label casino. We’re delighted to have launched two new sites which are currently hurtling past Elon Musk’s flying tesla and the decaying voyager 2 into destinations unknown.”

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