Game provider iSoftBet has been licensed to share GAP's content and aggregation platform with operators regulated in the newly regulating Greek market by Hellenic Gaming Commission.
The Greek A2 license will allow iSoftBet to offer both its own and third party content to Greek licensed operators such as Betsson, Stoiximan, Interwetten and Enttain via its GAP platform starting this summer.
Federica Faggiano, Commercial Director at iSoftBet, stated: “We are still a leader in compliance and I am delighted to soon be able to offer all of our market-leading products in Greece, a market with enormous growth potential.
“Securing licenses in emerging markets such as Greece will allow us to do what we do best; to offer leading operators the full spectrum of our high-quality in-house and external content, and to introduce and accelerate local brand presence with maximum speed and efficiency thanks to our proven GAP platform and innovative gamer engagement tools. ”
The future launch in Greece will mean iSoftBet will be active in 20 regulated markets and its compliance team will be at the forefront of managing a number of changes to existing legislation, including finalization of certification in a number of countries such as Sweden, Switzerland, Malta and Colombia in for the last two years.
"We are very proud to receive our Greek license and will strive to further improve our compliance program with new and upcoming marketing requirements for our games when they are announced," he said. Mark Halstead, Compliance Manager at iSoftBet
“This is another breakthrough moment for the company, showing how we stay ahead of the curve and enter the newest regulated and regulating markets with the biggest brands. We look forward to launching and showcasing our content and the strength of the platform in Greece. "
This partnership comes after iSoftBet merged with Skywind Group last week, in the contract it sees the latter's content package being added to the group aggregation platform.