Online casinos possessing a license from the British Overseas Territory can now access Magnet’s entire game’s portfolio, which are designed to work effortlessly on mobile and desktop devices and which feature captivating audio and technologically superior graphics.
Dozens of titles such as Lucky Dice, Auction Day, Fish Tank and the recently released Railroad Express will go live under a Gibraltar license sheltering from international B2B and white label gaming software and services provider Nektan, according to the news release.
Commenting on the expansion, Magnet Gaming head of gaming licensing Thomas Nielsen, said: “We’ve seen great demand from Gibraltar-based operators to bring our portfolio live, and we’re thrilled that we’re now able to.
“Over the coming months we will be announcing several operators who will be launching Magnet games through direct integrations or through our integration partners,” said Nielsen.
In December 2017, Magnet inked a supply agreement with social gaming operator Chanz, enabling access to its titles by players in Estonia.