The iGaming player account management platform has cemented its position in the industry by obtaining the Critical Gaming Supply Licence from the Malta Gaming Authority.

Preceding the acquisition of the new CGSL, Pragmatic Solutions was compliant and operating in Malta. With the new licence, the API based iGaming platform has acquired complete B2B rights, putting it among the most trustworthy iGaming tech suppliers in the region.

The MGA B2B licence will last for 10 years from the time granted and helps Pragmatic Solutions to build trust and expand within the industry.

 “This licence is a huge achievement for Pragmatic Solutions. Even though we were already operating in Malta and we were compliant with the regulations in this territory, being fully aligned with the requirements that the MGA pushes forward is a big step forward and a proof of our product quality and business approach” said Head of Product Chetan Pandya.

 “A B2B licence opens doors to new, long-term partnerships within the territory, a step that could only lead to expansion for all parties involved.”

The fully API-based iGaming platform (PAM) currently operates under Malta, UK and Curacao operator licences, with plans in place for Denmark, Italy, and Spain expansion. 

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