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B2B software development company Iforium has secured the latest step in its global expansion strategy after being awarded a licence by the Greek Hellenic Gaming Commission.

The A1 licence issued by the HGC permits Iforium to deliver its Gameflex casino aggregator platform and portfolio of approved gaming content to licensed operators in the newly regulated Greek market.

The Gameflex platform features more than 14,500 games from over 165 content providers, including titles from NetEnt, Greentube, Quickspin, Tom Horn Gaming, and Red Rake Gaming, among others.

The igaming aggregation platform also delivers multiple content verticals including slots, table games, live dealer, virtual sports and more.

Introduction into Greece will mark the 17th region of entry for Iforium, with the group also currently supporting the UK, Malta, Romania, Greece, Lithuania, and Mexico. The firm also anticipates adding Germany and Columbia to its network in the near future. 

Phil Parry, CEO of Iforium, said: “I am proud to confirm Iforium has been granted an A1 supplier licence by the Hellenic Gaming Commission.

“Continuous expansion of our regulated footprint is key to Iforium’s strategy and our new licence in Greece marks our 17th successful regulated market entry. 

“I look forward to working with our valued partners in the newly regulated Greek market and supporting their future growth via our Gameflex aggregation platform.”

Iforium becomes the latest among an array of group’s to detail Greek entry in recent weeks, following in the footsteps of Playson, Pariplay, Kalamba Games, Betixon, 1X2 Network, Slotegrator, SoftSwiss, Oryx Gaming, and Hacksaw Gaming, among others.