A HTML5 slot games developer for both online and land-based operators, GameArt’s Critical Gaming Supply Licence – or B2B licence – will allow it to extend its reach in Malta’s jurisdiction and further its cooperation with existing partners worldwide.
GameArt Head of Sales Nevena Aleksieva said: “With the MGA licence under our belt, we will proceed to finalise deals with MGA-licensed operators and expand our business in regulated markets even further.”
These comments were supported by GameArt CEO Peter Mihelj, who said: “We are delighted to have received the B2B Licence from the Malta Gaming Authority, as it represents a significant milestone in our company’s history.
“It also confirms our credibility and the quality of our products and services. We are looking forward to building new partnerships with MGA-licensed operators.
“We would like to thank Mr Roger A. Strickland Jr., Director of CSB Group, for his support throughout the application process and his team for their excellent work.”
In December 2022, GameArt announced a new Yeet&Sweet initiative for 2023, which includes a new promotional system, new games and has a budget of €1m ($1.07m) behind it.
The Yeet&Sweet promotional plan includes 10 tournaments that will take place throughout 2023.
GameArt is also preparing a separate Yeet&Sweet initiative that is tailored for Italian operators and their players. The company adds that its new initiative has been designed with the aim of being more fun, engaging and fair for all players.