Game provider Push Gaming has received approval for its proprietary platform from the UK Gambling Commission.
The up-and-coming game provider will now be able to take full control of its technology development and game delivery schedule after receiving approval from both the UK Gambling Commission where is possesses a host license and the Malta Gaming Authority where it holds a B2B license.
Push Gaming’s approval will help the firm better use its technology to create new game mechanics while offering better support for its partnered casino operators such as Royal Panda. In addition, Push Gaming has announced that it’s struck an agreement with BMM Test Labs to certify its content including games such as Wild Swarm, Jammin’ Jars, Fat Rabbit, Wild Wheel, and Star Fall.
Mario Petraglia, the Director of Legal and Compliance at Push Gaming, said in a statement: “We are delighted to see our efforts recognised by two of the leading authorities in the online gambling industry. We’ve managed to set up a bespoke operational toolkit to support our award-winning gaming content in record time, propelling us from boutique game developer to the ranks of full-service supplier.
“Compliance is at the core of Push Gaming’s operations and we take great pride in spearheading the development of responsible gaming products in the industry. We look forward to bringing further innovation across all regulated markets in Europe and beyond.”
Also last month, Push Gaming announced that it had acquired GSI, a firm which works to provide gambling content to casino operators. The move is part of Push Gaming’s aim to improve its delivery of gaming content to partnered operators. This, along with the UKGC and MGA’s approval, has given Push Gaming far more control of its technology and games content.
Push Gaming CEO James Marshall said of the acquisition: “The acquisition of GSI is a real game-changer for us and we’re confident it will help us to become a key player within the industry.
“The launch of our own platform gives us full control of our game development, delivery and operator integrations. We will now also benefit from GSI’s extensive industry knowledge and experience, as well as their fantastic technical team.”
What’s more, over the last 12 months, Push Gaming has been striking content agreements with casino operators including White Hat Gaming, Royal Panda, SoftSwiss, Wildz Casino, Every Matrix and more.