ESA Gaming gains Malta supplier licence

ESA integrates casino games into sportsbooks.
ESA integrates casino games into sportsbooks.

The mobile game supplier has gained a licence from the Malta Gaming Authority as it aims to expand internationally.

Malta.- The Malta Gaming Authority has granted ESA Gaming a supplier licence as the mobile game develop looks to expand. 

The licence will permit ESA to distribute mobile products to a range of new operator partners.

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The supplier says its products aim to increase player engagement and permit cross-selling across sportsbook and casino players.

Its EasySwipe lightweight, HTML5 mobile games can be integrated into sportsbooks with the aim of allowing bettors to play casino games without interrupting the sport betting experience. 

ESA Gaming’s CEO, Zorica Smallwood, said: “The accreditation of our products by the MGA marks a very exciting step for us as we look to continue our upward trajectory.

“Being granted our MGA licence is vital for us as we continue to gain partners across a number of jurisdictions, while also allowing us to maintain the highest level of compliance with our products.”

ESA already has certifications for the Italian and Colombian markets.

In January, the MGA appointed Dr Carl Brincat as its new chief executive following the resignation of Heathcliff Farrugia.

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