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Casino slot and roulette game developer Synot Games has announced that they've been granted a gaming license by the UK Gambling Commission, which will let the group provide their games in the country moving forward.
The license was granted just before Christmas but not announced until this week. The developer will now partner with casino operators that want to take on their games and offer them to punters. Synot has dozens of video slots in its library, with the likes of Mirror Shield, Aladdin and the Golden Palace, and 8 Flowers all available to play on desktop and mobile devices. The group also has six roulette games, which are more or less the same.
Commenting on the licensing Synot Games CEO Ivan Kodaj 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 step which we took one day before Christmas. We are now able to integrate our slot offer with online casino operators in the UK and make them available to their players for the very first time."
Synot said that they're reaching out to potential casino clients. As of press time, there were no known deals for the distribution of the games.