Malta-based online casino operator Videoslots has been given the green light to enter Italy by the country’s gambling regulator the AAMS.
As a result of the issuance of a new licence the operator is permitted to enter the regulated market and further enhance its footprint across Europe.
Subsequently this is to enable players in Italy to imminently enjoy the Videoslots online casino, which offers more than 3,600 slots and table games from a number of global suppliers
This latest move means the operator will soon be able to offer its services in the market and comes just weeks after Videoslots was granted a Danish licence, joining a list of licenses that includes the United Kingdom, Sweden and Malta.
Alexander Stevendahl, CEO at Videoslots.com, said of the new licence being awarded: “We’re always challenging ourselves to become bigger and better and this Italian licence will open even more doors for us.
“We have already been given the green light to work in a range of important markets within Europe and we can’t wait to start working in Italy, a really exciting regulated market with a lot of potential.”
CasinoBeats Malta returns to the island in March, with the second edition of the event set to be significantly larger than the 2019 debut – and supported by some of the biggest names in the sector.
CasinoBeats will welcome up to 1,500 delegates to the Intercontinental Malta on 25-26 March, offering delegates four conference tracks and unparalleled networking opportunities with more than 100 operators present, along with regulators, leading suppliers, payment companies, affiliates and marketers.
Videoslots is one of the 2020 event’s key supporters, both as an exhibitor and with CEO Alexander Stevendahl once again scheduled to speak at a CasinoBeats event.
Visitors to the much bigger 2020 edition will gain access to four tracks of conference content, specifically Slots 2020, Regulation & Compliance, Gaming 2020 (with a focus on poker, bingo, social, live and lottery) and the inaugural Malta staging of the PaymentExpert Forum.