TG Lab granted MGA licence

TG Lab, the leading omni-channel platform provider, has been granted its Critical Gaming Supply Licence by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) 

This B2B licence provides the business with the opportunity to strengthen its position as a technology supplier within Europe’s iGaming industry.

William Vilius Jur | SiGMA News

William Jur, TG Lab VP of Business Development (seen left) said: “Securing our MGA  B2B licence is a major milestone for our business as we continue our expansion. Our omni-channel iGaming software service is now more readily available and enables us to strike more mutually beneficial partnerships.”

TG Lab provides modern and robust sportsbook and iGaming platforms for leading regulated operators across Europe. TG Lab’s turnkey technology is already certified and has a proven track record in Sweden, Denmark, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. There are plans in place to expand into Spain, United Kingdom and Australia. 

Speed to market of localized solutions is vital and our modular approach ensures this commitment delivers unceasingly. We are ready to back our partners in any regulated market they target, anywhere in the world.  That is part of our core strategy and it works well.” explains William Jur. 

SiGMA Calendar:  

SiGMA Americas and AIBC Digital Summit were launched with great success in the past week, pushing the shifting grounds of the gaming industry towards LatAm and discussing the current developments in digitalisation. In a first for SiGMA, both the gaming and the tech segments of the conference were offered in 3 languages, English, Spanish and Portuguese.               

SiGMA will launch its next series of events in 2021, with SiGMA Europe headlining next year's calendar. Inaugural summits in Asia and Americas are also set to dominate the year, with SiGMA Asia launching in May 2021 and SiGMA Africa in 2022! Explore the full agenda here and register now!

 

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