SoftSwiss has made its entry into the regulated Greek market after it was granted an online casino licence from the Hellenic Gaming Commission.
The new licence, SOFTSWISS says, marks a “new stepping stone” and will enable the company to strengthen its presence within the European gaming market.
Upon receiving the necessary approvals from the Greek regulator, SoftSwiss explained that it is “already finalising its very first project N1CASINO.GR” whereby the online casino brand plans to integrate sports betting.
Ivan Montik, Founder of SoftSwiss, explained: “It’s a tremendous landmark and an amazing achievement for us to receive the Greek gaming licence to be able to do business in a regulated national market and expand our reach!
“It’s even more exciting to be officially announcing our very first client for the Greek region to be N1CASINO Greece. We’ve recently made strategic moves to fast-developing markets like Nigeria and are now establishing ourselves more in the European continent. It is opening new horizons for us and we’re ready to go for it.
“SOFTSWISS is not only planning on doing business in Greece but also making a positive impact through charity and corporate social sustainability efforts in the country.”
Throughout 2021, SoftSwiss has been strengthening its presence within international markets. Earlier this year, the company expanded its reach into the Latin American region after adding new game content to its portfolio which is tailored towards Brazilian players. At the time, SoftSwiss noted that its online casino platform has been ‘fully equipped’ with local payment solutions, including Boleto Bancário, pay4fun and PayRetailers.
The supplier also made its debut in the African sports betting market after receiving a licence to supply its gaming and sportsbook solutions across Nigeria. With a population of more than 200 million, the solutions provider explained that Nigeria is among the ‘most competitive and fast-developing’ markets in Africa.