ComeOn Gets Danish Gaming Licenses

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Betting operator ComeOn has announced that they've been awarded two Danish gaming licenses, allowing the site to offer sportsbetting and casino products in the country.

The licenses were doled out by the Danish Gambling Authority and will be good for the next five years. The licenses join ComeOn's other licenses that the group holds in Sweden, the UK, Malta, and Schleswig-Holstein. The company will have the option to offer one of their betting brands to Danish customers, including CherryCasino, EuroSlots, MobileBet, and GetLucky, although they haven't indicated which of the brands will go live in Denmark.

Speaking about the licensing ComeOn CEO Lahcene Merzoug noted: "We are thrilled to be able to offer the Danish players our products and services. We have been preparing for this for quite some time and we have some really interesting things coming up."

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