Betting software group Pariplay is setting itself up for the regulated Dutch online market, which is slated to go live in one week's time.
The company has announced that they already have ten agreements in place with operators to provide their games, with the ability to also distribute games via its Fusion platform. The group is also looking to other operators to cover as much ground as possible, and will be attending the iGB conference in Amsterdam to talk with more sites.
At the outset, it's expected that 20 of Pariplay's games will be sanctioned for play, with more titles being added later in the month.
Regarding the new market Pariplay's Managing Director of Games Joey Hurtado said, "We are fully committed to leveraging our considerable experience within the Netherlands gaming market to help studios and operators alike make a major impact once the regulated market opens for business at the start of October.
"Our Fusion™ platform offers a huge array of third-party content to entertain Dutch players, as well as our innovative and exciting in-house games, while significantly smoothing the process for vendors and operators in getting games to market. We expect the Netherlands to quickly grow into one of the most important jurisdictions in Europe and we expect to be at the heart of that story from day one."
Pariplay is currently licensed to offer games in the UK, Malta, Bulgaria, Romania, Ise of Man, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Colombia, Italy, Switzerland, and the US states of Michigan and New Jersey.