The MGA issues four types of licenses, which are Class One, Class Two, Class Three, and Class Four. The Class One license targets lotteries and casinos, while Class Two is meant for spread, pool, and fixed-odds betting platforms. Class Three is issued to game portals, poker rooms, and P2P gaming platforms, while Class Four is for software vendors.
Acquiring a casino license from MGA is a tall order. That's because the organization emphasizes such things as fair gaming, player privacy, and player security. In addition, the organization will usually task professional auditors such as eCogra and iTech to audit casino platforms before issuing a license. Surely, MGA deserves its rap as one of the best authorities in the gambling industry.