Bingo multiplayer solutions provider END 2 END has been awarded a gaming license by the Malta Gaming Authority, the company announced Tuesday. Empowered by this new permit, the company – part of the Neo Games and Aspire Global network – is now in a position to provide its platform for MGA-licensed operators.
This latest license sits alongside previously secured certifications for several tier-one markets, including Great Britain, Netherlands, Portugal, Denmark, and Colombia among others, the firm highlights. The company’s platform is enriched with “state-of-the-art” real-time Bingo solutions.
END 2 END’s platform offers its network the most advanced technology in real-time Multiplayer Bingo games, the company claims, including 90 and 75 ball Bingo variants. A “modern and intuitive” interface allows players to seamlessly play the games across multiple devices, including several features and promotions.
“The platform empowers operators and aggregator platforms to roll out the products on multiple channels through one single integration,” highlights the company. The business has been developing Bingo platforms and Bingo Multiplayer technology for online, land-based and mixed operators for more than 15 years.
Alejandro Revich, CEO and founder of END 2 END, said: “The Malta Gaming Authority is one of the most trusted regulators in the industry and it’s a proud moment for us to receive our license. It caps off an excellent year for the business and sets us up perfectly for a strong 2023.”
The landmark achievement positions END 2 END among a selected group of LatAm companies that have obtained a gaming license in what is known as one of the most acclaimed and stringent jurisdictions worldwide. Thus, the company caps off an exciting year, which started with END 2 END by being acquired by gaming giant Aspire Global.
“We are truly happy and feel honored to have received, as a Latin American company, a license by the Malta Gaming Authority,” Revich added. “Accessing a license in one of the major global gaming markets helps reaffirm our commitment to a state-of-the-art bingo gaming technology offering.”
“This announcement avails the quality and strength of our products, and allows us to confirm that we are not only Latin America’s leading Bingo Multiplayer provider, but also one of the world’s best-positioned companies to offer this product on a global scale,” he further noted.
This latest development builds upon other recent company highlights, including a deal with Grupo Caliente. As part of that partnership, which was signed in October, END 2 END will launch its electronic bingo offering in Mexico, one of Latin America’s largest markets.
Moreover, this year END 2 END signed a global distribution agreement with Delasport; agreed to provide its system to PlayBonds; entered the Live Gaming space through a partnership with VIVO Gaming; and extended its global reach by adding its games to the Salsa Technology aggregator.
“It’s been a great year for us, which allows us to face 2023 with a renewed sense of strength. We are ready to become the largest global Bingo Multiplayer provider and this Malta license is, arguably, the major landmark we needed to achieve in order to reach that goal,” Revich told Yogonet.