Lady Luck Games has secured a slew of new market certifications, which have been praised as marking as “important step” in achieving the Swedish slots developer’s global ambitions.

The certification, gained via iTech Labs, will ensure that the firm’s games, such as Valhöll: Hall of the Slain, Valley of the Muses and Alchemister, will join new release Rooftop Fight on the roster of online casinos in Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.

Mads Jørgensen, Lady Luck Games’ co-founder and CEO, said the regulatory approval would provide a significant commercial boost to the studio in its quest for international expansion.

“We are very confident that our games portfolio has universal appeal and having this certification is an important step in proving that,” he said of the array of approvals. 

“Access to market is hugely important for any company in any industry and we now have a real opportunity to take great strides as a business.”

This comes after Lady Luck Games recently acquired fellow provider Spigo’s operations in Denmark, including the studio’s casino games, eight customer integrations and Spigo Station, the supplier’s Denmark-certified platform.

“Spigo’s B2B assets give us instant access to a much wider portfolio of games, customers and offerings. It’s also an important new revenue source for us. Last, but very much not least, we have inherited some really good people,” Jørgensen comments regarding the purchase,” Jørgensen recently told CasinoBeats about he group’s latest purchase and benefits to be felt moving forward.

“Spigo has eight very interesting customer integrations, with Danske Spil being the biggest and best-known. There are also 27 casual casino games, a category that we might not necessarily have developed ourselves. 

“Then there’s the Denmark-certified content aggregation platform that allows us to deploy both single-player and multiplayer games with jackpots. Content aggregation is a totally new option for Lady Luck Games.”