Playson is granted an official license to operate in the Greek Market
The Hellenic Gaming Commission (HGC) in Greece gives Playson, a software developer for casino games, a manufacturer’s suitability license.
With the new license, Playson will be able to supply its content in the country.
Greece is a newly regulated market, meaning Playson is required to have a license in order to supply its software and games in the country. The license enables Playson to do so as well as make agreements with other licensed operators in Greece.
Playson’s most recognizable games include Solar Queen and Legend of Cleopatra Megaways. These games should appear in the Greek regulated market soon.
This is yet another license under the belt of Playson.
Far from the first license received in a regulated market, Playson is taking turns at expansion this year. In a statement from Playson’s General Counsel, Andrei Andronic, the company is excited to continue its expansion throughout European regulated markets by including Greece.
He also states that this license only furthers the idea that Playson is a secure, valid developer whose top-shelf games are safe for all players to enjoy.
Greece’s regulated market opened in October of 2020.
The opening came in wake of the country’s gambling reform bill from 2019, which requires both operators and suppliers to follow strict guidelines.
Guidelines include €2 caps on online slots per spin with a €70,000 max win per round.
Playson isn’t the only company to receive a license this month. The week before, bet365, Betsson, and Play ’n Go received operating and supplier licenses.