Mr Green Gets Danish Gaming License

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Major online betting site Mr Green kicked off their 2018 with a bang, as the company revealed that they've been granted a Danish gaming license.

The license will allow Mr Green to operate their chief product in Denmark, but the group had previously been active in the country with its Dansk Underholdning subsidiary, which they bought last year.

Speaking about the licensing Mr Green CEO Per Norman said, "This is an important step in our strategy to grow geographically. Denmark is a locally regulated market, which is an important criterion for us when expanding to new geographies."

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4 January 2018 - 12:32pm
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The news is certainly great for Mr Green as the Danish market is not only regulated but one of the most solvent ones in Europe I think even not so large as the Uk's for example.