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Slotmill has announced its granting of a Critical Gaming Supply License from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), in a development it describes as a “major milestone”.

The license, Slotmill says, will allow the company to extend the operational reach, letting it offer its suite of games to all MGA-license operators.

Johan Ohman, founder of Slotmill commented: “Being granted an MGA license is a major event that opens up a multitude of new and exciting business opportunities”.

“Furthermore, the MGA license is a seal of credibility confirming that Slotmill’s products and services meet the toughest standards and I am confident that it will generate a multitude of new long-term partnerships and propel the company forward”, he added.

Slotmill describes the MGA as one of the most renowned licensing bodies in Europe. The Authority’s aim, it says, to ensure that licensed companies operate fairly, legally, responsibly, and with player protection in mind.

Slotmill is a game studio focusing on “innovative, high quality slots with stunning graphics and a streamlined user interface providing a premium player experience”.

The company also has certification from the Gaming Association Europe, and its portfolio of games have been certified in Sweden, Lithuania, Latvia and Malta.

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