Mr Green Gets Spanish Gaming License

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William Hill subsidiary Mr Green has been granted a gaming license through la Dirección General del Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ), which will allow the company to provide betting services in Spain.

The operator will be able to provide their slate of games in the country, a place where William Hill already operates. Mr Green has always been a reputable brand, providing slots, table games, video poker, and live dealer games to their customers in regulated markets around the world. The casino hasn't announced when they'll be launching in the country, but it should be sooner rather than later.

Commenting on the deal Mr Green CEO Patrick Jonker said, "This is an important milestone within our strategy. With the launch of Mr Green in Spain, we look forward to expanding our offer by expanding our already strong presence within sports betting, with one of the strongest casino brands in the industry.

"With the combination of two industry leading brands, we look forward to deliver the best player experience within sports and gaming."

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