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  • Green Jade Games lands Malta supplier licence
    Online gaming content developer Green Jade Games has secured a new supplier licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), allowing it to begin offering its products to operators in a range of regulated markets.
  • Pragmatic to extend service offering with new Malta approval
    Online gaming software provider Pragmatic Play has secured a new Recognition Notice from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), enabling it to extend its service offering.
  • Malta regulator cancels ASAP Italia’s licence
    The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has cancelled ASAP Italia’s gaming licence and ordered the skill games provider to cease operations in the country with immediate effect.
  • Losses widen at Scout despite Q1 revenue growth
    Fantasy sports provider Scout Gaming Group has reported increased losses in the first quarter of the year, despite revenue more than doubling to SEK3.5m.
  • Maltese regulator signs police MoU
    The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the island’s police force to collaborate on tackling illegal activities in the gambling sector.
  • Newgioco expands Italian presence with new platform deal
    Betting technology supplier Newgioco Group has extended the reach of its service offering into southern Italy after entering into a new platform partnership with a Malta-based operator.
  • Appetite for disruption: Part One
    Trustly’s Pay N Play has emerged as a solution capable of enhancing KYC processes and reducing abandonment when registering players. In part one of this feature, Trustly sets out the need for such a solution while some of its clients discuss its effectiveness, and we tackle the issues that have arisen in promoting such a product to the end user.
  • MGA launches consultation on unified self-exclusion system
    The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has commenced a preliminary market consultation to gather opinion on its plans to launch a unified self-exclusion system in the country’s regulated gambling market.
  • Don’t call it a comeback: Part 1
    When Pontus Lindwall stepped back into the Betsson CEO role in 2017, the company was struggling, with growth slowing and costs rising. Fast forward to 2019 and it has just reported record revenue for the final quarter of 2018, and looks to be in better health than ever. Here he explains how he successfully got the business back on track.
  • Global Gaming doubles 2018 revenue despite Q4 slow-down
    Ninja Casino operator Global Gaming has reported a 100.0% increase in revenue for 2018, despite admitting that it had missed its internal revenue and earnings targets in the fourth quarter of the year.
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