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Tom Horn secures Malta License

By Nicole Abbott
Casino software supplier Tom Horn Gaming has now been approved for a Class 4 Remote Gaming License by the Maltese Gaming Authority, which permits the company to supply its portfolio of video slots and casino games to licensed operators in the region.

As the first state to enact comprehensive legislation on remote gaming EU in the EU, Malta is one of the most esteemed and alluring gaming hubs in Europe.

Ondrej Lapides, Chief Executive Officer of Tom Horn Gaming, expressed his confidence in the company’s future upon the announcement of the news:“Malta is the ‘Gateway to Europe’, with so many leading European gaming companies holding Maltese licenses and doing business in the region, we’re very excited about this significant new step forward for Tom Horn Gaming.

“Malta is one of the gambling capitals of the world, its regulation is well recognised world-wide and receiving this B2B gaming license confirms Tom Horn’s position as a well established and renowned casino games supplier. We acquired the license in response to the constantly growing demand for our products in the region and to support our continued expansion as a supplier into new markets.”

Having now secured its new Maltese license, Ondrej concluded by expressing the company’s intent to expand across Europe: “We are proud to have achieved this new B2B gaming license which is well-known throughout the international gaming industry and will support Tom Horn’s growth in Europe, Asia and LATAM into the future.”

Tom Horn will exhibit at SiGMA, the largest igaming show in Malta which is set to take place in November.



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