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Online betting software group Stakelogic revealed today that they've been granted a gaming license by the Hellenic Gaming Commission, which will grant the developer the ability to offer games to operators in Greece moving forward.
The licensing will now allow Stakelogic to offer their games from popular series like Mystery Drop and Extreme Megaways to their customers. The company hasn't names who they'll be working with, but it's likely they're going to hit the ground running with some of the larger betting brands that are currently active in the market.
For their part, Stakelogic holds licenses in Malta, the UK, Ukraine, and Romania, making it able to offer its games throughout large swaths of Europe.
Commenting on the licensing Stakelogic CEO Stephan van den Oetelaar said, "Having thoroughly reviewed our business offering, we're delighted the Hellenic Gaming Commission has awarded us a Greek gaming license and we're very much looking forward to sharing our product with players in the country for the first time.
The decision to move into Greece is reflective of Stakelogic's wider strategy to expand its global reach and offer its premier collection of slots and live casino games in new markets the world over. Now licensed in five major gaming jurisdictions, we've proved once more that Stakelogic is a brand players can trust to deliver a high-quality gaming experience that's 100% regulated, licensed and secure."