Soft2Bet Gets Greek Licence

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Betting group Soft2Bet announced this week that it has been granted a gaming licence by the Hellenic Gaming Commission and will be able to provide its betting services to casinos in the country.

The licencing comes after the company decided to expand upon its licencing structure, as Soft2Bet already holds licences in Sweden, Ireland, and Denmark. The process took months, as Greek regulators looked into the company's operations to ensure they're suitable to hold a licence in the country.

A list of the companies that Soft2Bet will be working with wasn't made publicly available at press time.

"The issuance of our betting events and casino games remote gaming licences in Greece is a terrific step forward for Soft2Bet," said Soft2Bet General Counsel David Yatom. "We view this as a springboard for further growth and are excited to pursue additional licence opportunities in the near future.

"Soft2Bet remains focused on and committed to expanding its operation and bringing our exceptional gaming experience to even further markets across the globe. This very much highlights the company's commitment for expenditure to even further regulated markets across Europe and around the globe. It is an additional important step in the right direction for Soft2Bet."

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