Online slots developer GameArt has recently been certified to deliver a selection of its products in Lithuania, it emerged on Wednesday.
The company said that 15 of its premium slots were certified by Lithuanian regulators and would soon be available to locally licensed online casino operators.
GameArt was founded in 2013. The studio specializes in the development of slot games for the online and land-based casino industry. Its products are available through multiple leading online operators, video lottery suppliers, and casino game machine manufactures.
GameArt’s core technology provides a true multi-platform capability while its game management system offers licensees an extensive integration option, high-level bonus and CRM capabilities, along with predictive business intelligence tools that help maximize player retention and boost ROI.
The developer is based in Malta and also runs design, platform development, and marketing offices in Slovenia, Italy, and Serbia.
Lithuania is the latest major regulated market its content is set to go live into as part of GameArt’s continued effort to expand into new territories and cement its presence in existing ones.
Hit slots such as Diego: El Pibe de Oro, Ali Baba’s Riches, Apocalypse Quest, Dawn of Olympus, African Sunset 2, and Rosh Immortality Cube Megaways are among the GameArt titles that have been certified to be delivered to operators in the Lithuanian iGaming space.
Encouraging to Gain Latest Certification
Commenting on their latest big milestone, GameArt COO Deane Hendricks said that “it is extremely encouraging to gain game certification” for Lithuania in addition to multiple other jurisdictions.
The official went on to explain that quality is of utmost importance for his company and that “meeting local regulations helps us to achieve the quality we are so proud of.”
The studio’s latest certification comes shortly after 11 of its slots were certified to be provided in the Italian online casino market, and another 10 were certified for Bulgaria. GameArt is also certified to provide its content in Romania, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Colombia, and the Philippines. In addition, the game developer is licensed by the Government of Curacao.
It should also be noted that GameArt is the latest among a number of online casino content creators to have entered or further expanded in the Lithuanian iGaming market over the past year. Most recently, Nolimit City, another Malta-based studio, struck a deal with TOPsport to further cement its presence in Lithuania.
Last summer, NetEnt, now part of the larger Evolution group, debuted its live casino portfolio in the Baltic country through a partnership with Betsafe, while Wazdan teamed up with Uniclub Casino to deliver its portfolio of HTML5 slots to local players.
Source: GameArt Secures Certification for Lithuania, GameArt Newsroom, June 23, 2021