PHOENIX 7, a brand new slot provider that’s bringing a fusion of Asian and European games to the industry, has just reached a crucial milestone in their journey. Even though they only just opened their Malta office last Autumn, the start-up supplier has already obtained a licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).
The newly acquired licence will allow their commercial team to provide a wide variety of slots, which also include pachinko-inspired games designed by the Japanese team, to a range of new operators. Given the hype received during SiGMA 2022 and ICE 2023, new customers won’t be in short supply.
PHOENIX 7 CEO, Hiroshi Ogawa commented, “This is a major milestone for our company, having received the MGA B2B licence. We have already produced several games and exhibited at events, but this is just the beginning for us as a game provider, as our teams in each country will work together to ensure our success. PHOENIX 7 is going to create unique games that have never been seen before, so keep your eyes peeled.
PHOENIX 7 COO, Yutaka Iwakiri commented, “We are delighted to receive the MGA B2B licence, which is proof not only of the quality of our products, but also of the strict service standards and transparency that the licence requires. We are excited to bring our games to new players around the world.”
PHOENIX 7 Malta CAO, Louise Ellul, added, “We are very pleased and honoured to be a part of this new and exciting venture. With teams in Malta, Ukraine and Japan, we have talent from all over the world, which we are sure will bring a new dimension to the iGaming industry!”
PHOENIX 7 Ukraine CTO, Igor Poltorak, commented, “We are using the latest technology and stack in order to be progressive and tuned. As a team, we are continuously improving and updating our approach to building games.”
Keep your eyes peeled on the “phoenix”, as it seems they are just getting started.