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The Malta Gaming Authority (the ‘Authority’) issued a further licence to edict eGaming GmbH enabling the operator to offer B2B solutions to licensed markets in the EU.  

The Malta affiliate of edict eGaming already holds an MGA licence however the new licence granted by MGA means that online operators can rely on a reputable distributor when using an MGA-regulated online casino.

edict eGaming is a subsidiary of Gauselmann Group and was established in 1998 to provide a gaming portfolio, online slots and table games to casinos. 

Going forward, chief executive officer Dominic-Daniel Liénard added that edict eGaming intends to expand its “presence in North America and will soon apply for a licence in Ontario”.

Edict eGaming is licensed in Malta (MGA), United Kingdom (UK gambling commission), Spain, Isle of Man, Italy, Schleswig-Holstein and Kahnawake.

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