MGA permit means up and coming developer can offer its unique slots and real-money arcade-style games to more operators in more markets around the world
Green Jade Games has been awarded a supplier licence by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) allowing the developer to offer its online casino games to operators in regulated markets across Europe and further afield.
The MGA licence comes just a few weeks after Green Jade Games secured a UK Gambling Commission supplier licence. The developer now plans to offer its highly engaging and innovative slots and real-money arcade-style games to all the major online casino operators.
Green Jade’s games offer something unique; they combine gambling and skill to create games that allow players to determine the course of the narrative and the outcome of the game.
Its ethos is to create deeply entertaining games that allow players to improve their skills at deploying game features while also having the opportunity to win potentially large cash prizes from relatively small stakes.
Hammer of Fortune, for example, features a personalised player hammer that changes with every spin and is used by the player to knock symbols off the reels which in turn gives them a second chance of triggering cash pots and free spins.
Benedict McDonagh, Green Jade Games CEO, said: “Obtaining our licence from the Malta Gaming Authority is the next step in our plans to provide our games to all of the major online casino operators in regulated and regulating markets around the world.
“Our games are truly unique and genuinely innovative and now that we hold an MGA permit we can offer them to more operators, and players, than ever before. It also proves that we are meeting the highest possible standards when it comes to responsible gambling and protecting players.”