SOFTSWISS acquired a Greek license

SOFTSWISS acquired a Greek license

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SOFTSWISS acquired a Greek license

The SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator, leading iGaming supplier, announces an acquisition of a Manufacturer Suitability License of A.1 category that lets the company strengthen its footprint in the Greek market.

SOFTSWISS has been permitted to deliver B2B betting products by the Hellenic Gaming Commission, an independent community that controls gambling industry within Greece.

The license permits SOFTSWISS to deliver its products within the state for seven-years-period. Under the terms of the license, currently the company is allowed to give access for operators to the content from twelve gaming workshops.

This license follows the Greek B2C gaming license gained during the first months of the current year. Based on legislation, the mentioned license is needed for residents of Greece, as well as people having Greek IDs or bank accounts to obtain permission for operating within the state.

Since October 2019, the state government adopted new regulations for gambling industry. Later in 2020, Hellenic Gaming Commission launched an operation of license approvals. It covers 2 kinds of operating licenses: one for live gambling and another for live betting.

The chief operating officer at SOFTSWISS, Andrey Starovoitov, remarked:

“Our staff made huge efforts for acquiring a Greek gaming license and, as a result, gathered an enormous amount of experience from the gaming industry.

SOFTSWISS is on a mission of exploring new innovative ways for meeting customers’ needs. Here I should mention the acquirement of local licenses permitting us to expand our borders and operate in new locations. Recently, we have already succeeded in opening a Greek market having a B2C gaming license.

Our new achievement will provide operators to benefit from SOFTSWISS. We are looking forward to offering a fantastic variety of products and new partnerships in the upcoming future”.

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