The Hellenic Gaming Commission (HGC) has granted SoftSwiss a Manufacturer Stability Licence, allowing the supplier to grow its presence in the Greek market.
The game aggregator has been granted a seven-year A.1 Category licence, which pertains to a company’s ability to conduct B2B gaming services in the country. The licence allows SoftSwiss to lawfully distribute content from 12 game studios to local operators.
SoftSwiss was awarded a similar licence in the B2C market earlier this year, allowing the company to enter the Greek iGaming market. It can now offer gaming content to those with Greek passports thanks to the accreditation.
Andrey Starovoitov, SoftSwiss’ COO, said of the two licence approvals, “Obtaining a Greek gaming licence was the product of SoftSwiss’ long and hard work, which has acquired considerable knowledge and understanding of the iGaming business over the years.” Recognizing our clients’ demands, we are continually striving to improve and create new solutions.
“Now that the SoftSwiss Game Aggregator has a B2B licence, local operators will be able to take advantage of its features.” We have a lot to offer the local gambling business, so I’m sure we’ll be working on some exciting projects and partnerships in the future.”
In October 2019, new legislation were passed in Greece, allowing the HGC to begin accepting applications for new gaming licences by the end of 2020. SoftSwiss has taken advantage of a crucial shift in the legislation that allows both B2C operating licences and B2B provider licences.
The gaming aggregator’s content library exceeds the scope of the licence, with over 11,000 titles from 170 studios around the world.