Glitnor Group has become the 27th member of iGaming European Network (iGEN), the association announced on Monday.
Its latest member was founded in 2018, and employs both B2B and B2C parts of the casino value chain. The company has a strong presence in Malta, employing over 60 members of staff at its Ta’ Xbiex headquarters.
Commenting on the company’s entry to the network, Glitnor Group CEO David Flynn commented, “our ambition by joining iGEN is to contribute to the discussions and be a valued partner in collaborating with our fellow iGaming businesses located in Malta, with the goal to ensure Malta continues to be a key location for the flourishing iGaming industry”.
Enrico Bradamante, who founded iGEN in 2018 and currently serves as its Chairman welcomed the company: “Glitnor is one of the most exciting and fastest-growing new realties in the iGaming scene, and I look forward to the entrepreneurial perspective they will bring to the iGEN conversations”.
Earlier on Monday, Mr Bradamante, who is also CEO of Maverick Slots, announced that his company has been granted a Recognition Notice by the Malta Gaming Authority that allows the company to deliver its games to all MGA licensees.
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