Maltese online casino games and software developer, Nolimit City Limited, has announced that it has been granted a business-to-business license by the United Kingdom’s Gambling Commission regulator.

Entering ‘established market’:

Headquartered in the Valetta suburb of Gzira, Nolimit used an official press release to declare that the new license will allow it ‘to operate in the established market of the United Kingdom’ by partnering with ‘reputable operators seeking fresh and exciting content.’

Extensive video slot portfolio:

Additionally maintaining offices in Stockholm and the Indian city of Gurugram, Nolimit is the firm behind video slots such as Dungeon Quest, Tesla Jolt and Creepy Carnival and stated that it now intends to ‘expand its reach in one of the most mature markets in history’.

Innovative iGaming platform:

The brand asserted that it has also developed an in-house desktop and mobile online gaming platform featuring ‘a strong and powerful engine’ that is capable of dealing with large player volumes while taking ‘social interaction in its stride’. It furthermore declared that this flexible and customizable innovation comes with ‘an innovative back-office and bonus toolbox’ designed to provide operators with ‘a one-stop shop.’

Fulfilled anticipation:

Malcolm Mizzi, Commercial Director for the company, proclaimed that the Gambling Commission is renowned for its detailed and thorough inspection of all business-to-business and business-to-consumer license applications. He moreover stated that his firm employs ‘some of the smartest minds and artistic talents in the industry’ in order to conceive a portfolio that is ‘bursting with fun and engaging games for both casino and lottery operators.’

Mizzi’s statement read…

“We have been geared up for this moment and cannot believe the day is finally here. The United Kingdom market is one of the most mature and respected in the industry with iconic United Kingdom-facing operators already queuing up for our games.”