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Online gaming giant Yggdrasil has announced that they've been granted a Greek gaming license, which will allow the company to provide games to casinos that are licensed in the country.
The licensing will allow Yggdrasil's video slots and table games to be offered, as well games that feature the company's Game Engagement Mechanics. The company has announced that they're already set up with partners that are licensed in the country, and they expect their titles to be going live in the coming months.
Yggdrasil did reveal that their ISO/IEC27001 accreditation helped in its application for the Greek license being approved.
Commenting on the licensing Yggdrasil's Bjorn Krantz said, "It goes without saying that Yggdrasil is yet again walking the talk and we continue to deliver on our regulatory market strategy.
"To obtain the Greek licence, and to capitalise on our ISO/IEC27001 accreditation is yet another milestone and achievement from the great team we have here at Yggdrasil. We would like to thank all local partners for their support in making a difference with Yggdrasil and our best-in-class portfolio of innovative games in Greece."