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Casino game designer Hacksaw Gaming has announced that they've been granted a gaming license by the UK Gambling Commission, letting them offer their games to casino operators in the region.
The group's online scratchcards and slots are now sanctioned within the UK, as Hacksaw now has a supplier license. The UK is notoriously known for enforcing high standards for operators and suppliers alike, so there was definitely some work put into showing that Hacksaw's software is safe and fair.
Hacksaw launched last year, and has signed a series of content agreements to distribute games. The company's first slot 'Stick 'Em!' launched last month.
Commenting on the license Hacksaw Gaming COO Marcus Cordes said, "This is a huge step for us as a company, the UKGC is known to have strict regulations to comply with so having the licence granted to us represents a significant milestone. In just under a year we have managed to secure both MGA and UKGC licenses and this is just the start. Our sales team will now be focusing on branching out to U.K. based customers and gaining as much exposure as possible to reach as many players across the country."