Mobile-first games developer OneTouch has been awarded a B2B software licence by the Malta Gaming Authority.

The licence builds on a strong 2019 so far for OneTouch, during which it has launched a number of new table games including High-Hand Hold’em, Baccarat Supreme and the world’s first portrait mobile version of Andar Bahar, one of India’s most popular card games.

Ollie Castleman, head of marketing at OneTouch, said: “Gaining MGA licence approval is a milestone moment for the business and gives us a huge opportunity to rapidly grow our footprint on the island with some of the industry’s biggest names.

“We have some stunning new products in the pipeline and we’re really excited to be able to offer them to tier one brands in Malta.”

This year, the developer also launched its first slot titles including Sumo Showdown, Lucky Lion and Golden Stripe, a game aimed at the Asian market.

OneTouch also sealed an exclusive partnership with Premier League club Watford and signed a series of high-profile commercial agreements with leading content aggregators such as BetConstruct and QTech.