Casino software developer Synot Games revealed this week that they've been certified by the Kansspelautoriteit in the Netherlands, allowing the company to provide games to certified operators in the newly-regulated Dutch market.
Currently, there are ten licensed operators in the market, which went live on October 2nd following a technical glitch. This certification is the latest for Synot, which is also licensed in the UK, Spain, Italy, Sweden, and Portugal.
Synot is based out of the Czech Republic and has put out dozens of online games, which include the likes of Book of Secrets, Pixel Reels, and Dicey Fruits.
Commenting on the license Synot Games CEO Ivan Kodaj said, "This is a great opportunity for us to deliver top-quality content to operators in the Netherlands. There is proven demand for legal gambling and by adopting a new law, the Dutch government shows (a) willingness to comply under strict rules.
"We are more than ready to accommodate those rules if it means that our content will reach eager players."
As of press time we don't have a list of who Synot is planning to work with inside the country.