Success Goes onAfter a series of incredibly successful contract completions, the game provider is taking it up a notch even further. In February this year, Nolimit inked a deal with the reputable Casumo Casino, for which it has been since providing its exclusive content. Soon after, just about less than 60 days following the contract, the creator of the immersive Owls slot, designed the video slot called Tombstone exclusively for LeoVegas Casino and its clientele.
From this May on, the Maltese slot manufacturer is officially and proudly certified to supply its portfolio of quality titles among online gambling operators holding business in Sweden. The venture will make many an online gambler beyond happy. Also, to boost this extension, the firm coming from Gzira, Malta has come together with one of the leading local online gaming operators AB Trav och Galopp (ATG).
Acclaimed for its sports betting services, and horse-racing in particular, ATG will have the pleasure to host the limitless lobby in its quarters. Malcolm Mizzi, Commercial Director at Nolimit City, has commented, “ATG has clear dominance in the new race to becoming the leading local operator, and it is quite epic for us to be part of their casino offering during this period of growth.”
Under the European country's fresh legislative structure, a selected number of iGaming behemoths have been handpicked to operate in the region. Henceforth, receiving all of the necessary certifications is such an honor for the provider based in Malta.
Nolimit City was established in 2014 and has since been operating in desktop and mobile casinos alike. It's award-winning and simplistically entitled online slot Fruits will be part of the new deal. With offices all over the world, including Malta, India, and of course, Sweden, the manufacturer has the perfect grasp on the industry and continues to spread its geographical outreach.
About licensing, the firm is a proud holder of two licenses granted by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) and the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). The two strict regulatory bodies are known far and wide not to grant their permissions to run business to just any company.