Gaming authority issues first video bingo licence

The class four licence issued by the MGA will enable Zitro to offer its games to online casino firms around the world

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Paul Cocks
23 September 2016, 5:39pm
Zitro operates the 'World of Bingo' social casino platform
Zitro operates the 'World of Bingo' social casino platform
Zitro Interactive has become the first company to acquire a licence for video bingo games from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).

The class four licence will enable Zitro to offer its games to online casino firms around the world, with the company expected to make announcements in regards to new partnerships in the coming months.

Zitro operates the ‘World of Bingo’ social casino platform and holds a host of licences and certificates, including a number granted by top-level consultancies such as PWC, Deloitte and BMM.

Sebastián Salat, chief executive of Zitro, said in a statement: “Zitro is committed to its objective of being amongst the top companies in the gaming industry, and this includes expanding our presence online.

“The licence granted by MGA is a very significant advance towards this objective.”

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