Ganapati Malta gains Class 4 licence

Ganapati Malta has reached a company milestone after having been awarded a Class 4 licence by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).



The license means the supplier will now be able to expand its regulated operations and offer Malta-licensed operators its Japanese-themed slots, including CrypBattle and She Ninja Suzu.



Having launched only last September, Ganapati Malta says its mission is to celebrate Japanese culture through their slots games, which are designed around manga and anime and use sophisticated technology and enticing math.



Commenting on the new licence, Mitsuya Fujimoto, CEO of Ganapati Malta, said: “Having our first licence in Malta is a milestone for the company and we are proud to be associated with Malta and the MGA.”



Richard Hogg, Director of Ganapati Malta, added: “We are pleased to have been awarded our Class 4 licence in Malta. This goes to reinforce our desire to be a distributor of top class casino games into the regulated market place.



“The process and subsequent successful application has ensured we can give a complete level of comfort to our clients and their customers.”



Ganapati Malta is part of the Ganapati Group, which has been developing Japanese-themed entertainment and gaming apps for a number of years. It has offices in Tokyo, Los Angeles, London, Malta, and Tallinn.
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