FBM Digital Systems Boosted by MGA Approval

The Malta Gaming Authority has granted a license to FBM Digital Systems, giving a significant boost to the company’s online ambitions. The license means that the company can now supply its portfolio of games to operators in a number of additional regulated markets.

While FBM is a well-known presence in the land-based gambling industry, it only made the move to the digital sector a few years ago. The company began by developing video bingo titles and soon expanded to produce slots, table games, and video poker. It then created the FBM Digital Systems brand, which has been working with operators ever since.

FBM’s founder, Rui Francisco, has hailed the arrival of the license and he believes that it will allow the company to flourish.

Rui Francisco FBM Founder

This is the final chapter of a long-term and collaborative process. The approval of MGA is a credibility stamp that gives FBM Digital Systems the necessary push to unleash its expansion process. Nowadays, the brand has games in a significant number of online casinos, but our goal is to make FBM DS games available in more than 100 casinos until the end of this year.

Rui FranciscoFBM Founder

A license from the Malta Gaming Authority is hugely important to casino game developers as it is widely viewed as one of the most respected and toughest regulators in the world. It is a sign that a developer’s games are truly reliable and fair. Therefore, players can enjoy FBM Digital Systems’ diverse portfolio of games with complete peace of mind.

The company will now be placing its focus on expanding within the European and North American market, both online and offline. It is hoped that many more operators will adopt the games and that they will become popular with players across the globe.

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