Synot Games has lauded a “momentous achievement,” after the online casino content supplier saw its igaming suite become certified in the Netherlands.

With the move enabling the group to establish a presence in the Dutch casino market, the permit will see players in the country gain access to Synot gaming suite, including Fruit Awards, Respin Joker and Book of Secrets, as well as its most recent releases.

Synot Games is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and UK Gambling Commission, with games certification in the Netherlands added to several jurisdictions including Spain, Italy, Portugal, Sweden, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Croatia, Greece, the UK, and Malta.

“This is a great opportunity for us to deliver top-quality content to operators in the Netherlands,” Ivan Kodaj, chief executive officer of Synot Games, said of the group’s latest European entrance.

“There is proven demand for legal gambling and by adopting a new law, the Dutch government shows willingness to comply under strict rules. 

“We are more than ready to accommodate those rules if it means that our content will reach eager players. The Dutch player base is prolific in the casino world, and we have proven several times over that we are an exciting provider to the most demanding audience.”

Last week, Dutch regulator, Kansspelautoriteit, confirmed the first ten entrants that were permitted to operate upon the long awaited opening of the country’s legalised online gambling market, which took place at midnight on Friday 1 October.

This saw the Toto Online brand of Nederlandse Loterij; Dutch arcade group FPO Netherlands; Holland Casino; and NSUS Malta, which counts GGPoker as part of its stable; all gain approvals.

Further entrants included Estonia’s Play North, operator of the Rocket Casino and Pikakasino brands, bingo operator Tombola, bet365; Belgian brand Bingoal, Italy’s Betent; and LiveScore Malta.