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Casino software group Iforium has announced this week that they've been granted a gaming license by the Hellenic Gaming Commission, which will let them provide games to casino operators in Greece.
Greece has been busy awarding gaming licenses as it works to liberalize its internet betting industry. Just yesterday we reported that Hacksaw Gaming got the same supplier license that Iforium was granted. Other betting groups are also getting licenses, and new operators are jumping online to provide casino game betting and sports wagering services.
The license for Iforium is an A1 license that allows the company to provide games to casino operators. Iforium is known for its GameFlex program, which features games from Yggdrasil, Blueprint Gaming, Microgaming, Wazdan, and others.
Greece began accepting applications for internet gaming licenses, as the country's lawmakers amended the existing gambling bill to allow for outside investment.
Commenting on the licensing Iforium CEO Phil Parry said, "I am proud to confirm Iforium have been granted an A1 Supplier Licence by the Hellenic Gaming Commission. Continuous expansion of our regulated footprint is key to Iforium's strategy and our new licence in Greece marks our 17th successful regulated market entry.
"I look forward to working with our valued partners in the newly regulated Greek market and supporting their future growth via our Gameflex aggregation platform."