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SkillOnNet is heading to Spain after they were awarded a gaming license by the Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ), allowing the platform group to offer services to operators.
The licensing will see SkillOnNet entering the market in the immediate future, with operators PlayOJO, SlotsMagic, PlayMillion, AhtiGames and Cozino being among the first to get access to the group's platform. The entry into the growing Spanish market is the latest move for SkillOnNet, who already has licenses in the UK, Denmark, Malta, Sweden, and Schleswig-Holstein.
Sales and Marketing Director at SkillOnNet Michael Golembo was high on the licensing, noting: "We saw how impressively the market had grown over the past 12 months and decided to prioritise obtaining a licence from the DGOJ and launching in the country.
"We plan to be a leading player in the Spanish casino market as we have done in all markets we have entered before. We also see Spain as a gateway to Spanish-speaking Latin American markets in the future."
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