Lady Luck Games strengthens European presence with MGA notice

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LL Lucky Games AB has obtained a Maltese Gaming Licence that will allow the supplier to provide Lady Luck Games and ReelNRG content to the nation’s operators.

The ‘Recognition Notice Certificate’ is defined as an MGA class B2B licence which has the same effect as an authorisation issued by the MGA to supply igaming titles to Malta-facing brands. 

This licence will allow Lady Luck Games such as SpinJoy Society Megaways, Beetle Bailey, Astro Anna and Valholl Wild Hammers to debut in Malta as LL Lucky Games looks to secure partnerships in the jurisdiction. 

Mads V Jørgensen, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of LL Lucky Games, commented: “We recently launched the StormRGS platform adding to our UK licence so now we can accommodate operators requiring both Malta and the UK at a minimum, which means that we are now able to distribute our games directly to major operators.”

Through this notice, Maltese players can gain access to Lady Luck Games for the first time as the company sets its sights on hosting content on online casino platforms and securing partnerships with operators in the country. 

Jørgensen added: “This milestone achievement is critical to our growth strategy. The MGA certification is a testament to our commitment to quality and compliance and we look forward to continuing our growth and success in the global gaming industry.”

Lady Luck’s latest achievement continues a busy period of expansion efforts, following the company’s recent deal with Hub88 to supply its online casino platform with its full roster of slot content.