ESA Gaming makes Malta entry following MGA approval
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ESA Gaming makes Malta entry following MGA approval

ESA Gaming has continued its expansion into regulated gambling markets after securing a supplier licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).

The MGA licence will allow the supplier to distribute its collection of mobile gaming products, including the EasySwipe portfolio, to a range of new partners.

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

“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 Gaming believes that by integrating its portfolio of EasySwipe products, partners will be able to both increase engagement as well as cross-sell across sportsbook and casino players.

This MGA licence will support ESA Gaming in expanding its presence further across the globe, with the supplier already holding certifications in the Italian market.

In January, ESA Gaming agreed to supply its EasySwipe portfolio of HTML5 mobile-first titles to local operator Scommettendo, which included lightweight games such as Goal Mine and Fruit Staxx, as well as ESA’s versions of Roulette and Blackjack.

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