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Game developer Playson has announced that they've obtained a gaming license from the Hellenic Gaming Commission that'll let it provide content to the Greek market moving forward.
Playson was granted a Manufacturer's Suitability License by the regulator, meaning that they've met the standards of Greece's gaming regulations. As a result, Playson will be able to provide their games to operators and licensed aggregate platforms, who can then offer the titles to their customers. Playson has developed a series of games over the year, with the likes of the popular 'Legend of Cleopatra Megaways' and Solar Queen, and these games will be made available.
Commenting on the certification Playson General Counsel Andrei Andronic said, "We are delighted to receive a licence that ensures a continuation and expansion of our hit games within the newly regulated territory of Greece, a fast-growing market at the heart of a crucial region for Playson.
"We have an appetite for regulated markets and we are delighted to add a new license to our portfolio. This latest news demonstrates our credentials for providing the best and safest games to our partners. We're excited to begin a new chapter in Greece's regulated market and build our presence in the months ahead."