As part of a wider expansion plan, Maltese live-dealer online casino games developer OnAir Entertainment has announced that it will soon break ground on a new studio in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi.

The Sliema-headquartered firm used an official Friday release to detail that the coming live-dealer studio is scheduled to go live early next year, providing employment for as many as 2,000 people and featuring 130 tables offering games of roulette and English blackjack. The company moreover declared that every one of these new iGaming additions are to be ‘set against stunning backdrops’ in order to ‘capture the unique atmosphere of a buzzing land-based casino floor’.

Expanding endorsements:

OnAir Entertainment was approved last month to begin offering its range of live-dealer entertainment to aficionados in Sweden after being earlier certified by regulators for the United Kingdom, Latvia, Malta, Greece, and the Isle of Man. The developer disclosed that this list also recently added the Canadian province of Ontario and could soon feature nine names with its expected launches into the online gaming markets of Denmark and the Netherlands.

Landmark launch:

Mathijs Beugelink serves as the Head of Operations for OnAir Entertainment, and he used the press release to describe his company as ‘the go-to provider of thrilling live casino content’ with demand for its services continuing to ‘increase at pace’. The experienced professional furthermore asserted that the premiere of the four-story Georgian enterprise forms part of its ‘ambitious roadmap for new studio launches’ and will mark ‘a significant milestone’ in the company’s history.

Read a statement from Beugelink…

“Our Georgia studio really is cutting edge, and the technologies it contains will allow us to deliver unrivaled player experiences at all times. It is great to be able to bring so many jobs to the wonderful city of Tbilisi, and we look forward to growing our team with the best talent in the business.”

Existing enthusiasm:

For his part and Vasileios Martharis is set to manage the coming Tbilisi venue and he divulged that a number of iGaming firms have already expressed an interest in adding its live-dealer tables to their portfolios. The figure finished by pronouncing that OnAir Entertainment ‘is committed to becoming the leading provider of live casino content in the industry’ and is treating its coming Georgia facility as ‘another step towards achieving this goal’.

A statement from Martharis read…

“Our Georgia studio will be one of the most advanced in the industry and will allow us to further strengthen our position as a tier-one live-dealer provider to operators in regulated markets around the world. I am looking forward to building out the team that will run the studio and bringing such a significant employment opportunity to Tbilisi.”