Kalamba Games has been granted a supplier licence by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) as it looks to grow further in regulated markets.
The licence will enable Kalamba Games to expand in numerous jurisdictions and is said to be a testament to the supplier’s commitment to regulated markets.
Kalamba offers a diverse and exciting games portfolio of over 50 titles as well as a set of promotional tools via its BullsEye platform. Features include tournaments, leaderboards, meta games with standard progressive and mystery jackpots, plus a new predictive CRM platform, StarGazer.
The accreditation marks the latest market expansion for Kalamba which recently gained certifications to offer its content to local operators in Croatia, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the Netherlands.
The supplier has significantly grown its presence across Europe over the last 12 months and its games can now be found in over 400 operator lobbies.
Steve Cutler, CEO and co-founder at Kalamba, said: “Being granted an MGA licence is an important milestone for us as we continue our growth strategy and bring innovative new content and promotional tools to regulated markets.
“Bullseye, our technology platform is a distinct competitive advantage when addressing the ever-increasing array of regulatory requirements across multiple jurisdictions and licensing frameworks. Supporting our partners with top-notch entertainment for their players continues.”
This latest agreement will see Push Gaming extend its footprint in the regulated UK market
The decision was taken in consultation with Belgium’s Minister of Finance, Vincent Van Peteghem
He will take over as executive chairman
Raw Arena currently operates in 14 regulated markets