Salsa Technology has been awarded a B2B licence by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), it announced on Wednesday.
Salsa Technology says it is now in position to accelerate its ambitious European expansion strategy, geared to complement the strong growth in Latin America.
The MGA licence crowns a 10-year journey for the Salsa team where the goal is providing the best platform, content and gaming experiences for operators and their customers.
Salsa Technology’s Head of Marketing & Communication, Eliane Nunes said: “Being awarded with an MGA licence is a significant step for the business as we enter an important expansion stage. The licence provides us with the perfect springboard to showcase our products and services to the European market and its most influential operations.”
About Salsa Technology
Salsa Technology is a leading B2B company that develops customised solutions for the iGaming industry in Latin America and Europe and is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), one of the world’s leading iGaming regulators.
The company provides an omnichannel platform that serves online and physical operators. Its leading game aggregator is live in LatAm and will be available in additional global markets soon.
The company began life in Video Bingo game development and is renowned for providing highly targeted games for the LatAm market.
Video Bingo is a hybrid between Bingo and Slot games. The company says that it is one of the most popular technology developers in the Latin American market and is rapidly growing into other markets. The platform, technology and entire games portfolio is lab certified for Colombia, Mexico, Asia, and Europe will be coming soon. More information about Salsa Technology can be found at www.salsatechnology.com.
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