Soft2Bet Gets Danish License

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Betting software group Soft2Bet has announced that they've been granted an online gaming license by Denmark's regulator Spillemyndigheden.

The license will see Soft2Bet providing their casino and poker games, as well as sports betting services to licensed casinos in the country moving forward. Denmark is one of the more regulated markets in Europe, and obtaining a license can take a bit of time. Soft2Bet recently launched in Sweden and is in the process of expanding its operations throughout the European continent.

Commenting on the licensing Soft2Bet's Peter Christian Noer said, "Achieving this license is a monumental moment for Soft2Bet. Our entire team has put in a tremendous amount of effort and worked tirelessly to ensure we met all the requirements and deadlines to achieve this important milestone in our company's history."

"We now look forward to launching our innovative igaming brands on the Danish market that have proven successful in other jurisdictions because of their state-of-the-art features, unique game supply, and strong player protection tools."

As of press time we don't have a list as to who Soft2Bet will be working with in the country but will update readers as we learn more.

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