True Flip Group Gains MGA B2C Licence

The True Flip Group, which runs and owns the online casino games studio True Lab, has obtained a B2C licence for its latest igaming venture from the Malta Gaming Authority.

Following what the group lauds as a range of good innovations during 2020, including a number of distribution deals as well as an extension to Yggdrasil’s YG Masters programme , the company is preparing to launch its Emojino brand on the custom platform solution of the company.

Vasily Polynov, chief business development and communications officer at True Lab, discussed the ongoing work with the MGA on a B2C permit while addressing the intention to expand its controlled market presence earlier in the year.

The disruptive casino brand was marked as ‘the next big thing’  for the business by praising the licence as ‘a gateway to many desired markets’ and a positive sign for many future partners.

Konstantin Katsev, True Flip Group co-founder, commented on Polynov’s earlier comments: “This year has shown a great potential within our operation vertical, and we’re really proud to receive the MGA B2C permit. Together with the B2B license acquired last year, this marks a very positive step in our journey towards regulated markets,” he says.

“Having put some outstanding efforts into polishing a powerful software solution, both our operation and technical teams prepared a solid ground for the launch of our next casino brand. There’s no doubt that being completed with a trusted legal framework, our new casino products will meet the highest expectations.

“In the coming year we will evaluate our demand in the additional local licenses and start working to acquire the first of these.”

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