Tom Horn Gaming Granted Class 4 Malta LicensePublished October 28, 2016 by Ivan P
Class 4 B2B license from the Malta Gaming Authority will enable Tom Horn to significantly expand their presence in the European market.
One of the leading providers of the casino software solutions, Tom Horn Gaming has been granted a Class 4 Malta Remote Gaming License. This will allow the company to offer their extensive portfolio of games to casinos regulated by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).
Gateway to Europe
In the press release following the license approval, the CEO of Tom Horn Ondrej Lapides described Malta as a "gateway to Europe." This island state has become one of the biggest gambling hubs in Europe and the country's efforts in the field of remote gaming legislation are second to none.
Gambling licenses issued by Malta are highly respected in Europe and around the globe. This is crucial for Tom Horn, as the company has set its sight on expansion and the license will allow them to offer their games in a number of brand new markets.
What's Next for Tom Horn?
The timing of the license couldn't have been better, as the company is getting ready to participate in the SiGMA expo - arguably the largest iGaming show in existence. As Lapides pointed out, the Class 4 Malta license in an important milestone for the company as it allows them to continue growing without any obstacles. Earlier this year, Tom Horn managed to enter the Lithuanian market and now they have their eyes set on the bigger picture.
Gaming operators seated in Malta will now have access to many popular Tom Horn's games, like Dragon Egg, Shaolin Tiger, and Geisha's Fan. The CEO and the rest of the team behind the company understand fully well that this license will open doors to many new opportunities.
Issuing the Class 4 B2B license, the Malta Gaming Authority has sent out a clear message that they regard Tom Horn as a renowned casino games supplier, capable of providing high quality games that meet all preset standards.