The Malta Gaming Authority has granted a B2B software license to mobile-first games developer OneTouch.
The license builds on a powerful 2019 so far for OneTouch, where it introduced a range of fresh table games including High-Hand Hold’em, Baccarat Supreme, and Andar Bahar, one of India’s most famous card games, the world’s first portable portrait game.
Ollie Castleman, head of marketing at OneTouch said: “Gaining MGA licence approval is a milestone moment for the business and gives us a huge opportunity to rapidly grow our footprint on the island with some of the industry’s biggest names.
“We have some stunning new products in the pipeline and we’re really excited to be able to offer them to tier one brands in Malta.”
The developer also introduced their first slot games this year, including Sumo Showdown, Lucky Lion, and Golden Stripe, an Asian market-oriented game.
OneTouch also established an exclusive relationship with Premier League club Watford and a number of high-profile trade contracts with major media aggregators like BetConstruct and QTech.