This will enable the company to start offering content from both Lady Luck Gaming and ReelNRG to a large number of MGA-licensed operators.
The Recognition Notice has the same impact as a licence or permit that has been granted to operate in Malta or elsewhere.
Mads V. Jorgensen, Co-Founder and CEO of LL Lucky Games AB, said: “We recently launched the StormRGS platform adding to our UK license so now we can accommodate operators requiring both Malta and the UK at a minimum, which means that we are now able to distribute our games directly to major operators.
“This milestone achievement is critical to our growth strategy. The MGA certification is a testament to our commitment to quality and compliance and we look forward to continuing our growth and success in the global gaming industry.”
The 60 Lady Luck and ReelNRG games in the Lady Luck Game product line already comply with Malta and other laws in other countries across the world.
Elsewhere, Lady Luck Games recently signed a partnership with Hub88.
The whole portfolio of Hub88 operators will have access to Lady Luck Games to increase player participation in games like The Treasures of Tizoc, Mr. Alchemister, Valholl: Wild Hammers, Beetle Bailey, Astro Anna, and SpinJoy Society Megaways.
Jorgensen said: “We’re delighted to partner with Hub88, and their innovative platform to expose our games to many new operators and players as we continue implementing innovating content in the iGaming industry.”