Playson, one of the world’s biggest casino entertainment suppliers, announced days ago that it received a licence for the newly regulated Greek market, expanding its European and global reach even further.
Appetite for Regulated Markets
Software and casino games developer Playson announced this week that it has received a Manufacturer’s Suitability License from the Hellenic Gaming Commission to provide its content in the recently-regulated Greek market.
Following a rigorous and thorough application process, the newly obtained accreditation of Playson’s titles in the Greek market opens the way for the company to sign further agreements with operators in what is currently one of Europe’s fastest-growing markets.
Following a rigorous application process, Playson santched a supplier licence to offer its products in the newly-regulated Greek market.
“We have an appetite for regulated markets and we are delighted to add a new license to our portfolio,” Andrei Andronic, General Counsel at Playson, said commenting on the news.
The latest development will see a whole array of Playson’s titles available in the Greek market, including its smash-hit titles such as Legend of Cleopatra Megaways, Solar Queen and Wolf Power: Hold and Win.
“We are delighted to receive a license that ensures a continuation and expansion of our hit games within the newly regulated territory of Greece, a fast-growing market at the heart of a crucial region for Playson,” Andronic added.
The accreditation further extends Playson’s presence in regulated markets in the Old Continent, contributing to the expansion of the supplier’s operations and reaching more players around the globe.
Andronic went on to say: “This latest news demonstrates our credentials for providing the best and safest games to our partners. We’re excited to begin a new chapter in Greece and build our presence in the months ahead,” he pointed out.
Days ago, the supplier was awarded the ISO 27001 information security certification, which will allow Playson to continue its market growth.
Back in April, Playson revealed that it teamed with Virtualsoft in a bid to maintain its growth in Latin America, the region where it already holds an impressive presence.