SYNOT Games has strengthened its standing in Greece as the igaming content provider secures its Manufacturer License A1 category.

BGaming has amplified its international presence as the studio enters into the newly-regulated Greek market.

It’s entry into Greece, after the company was granted a type A1 supplier licence from the Hellenic Gaming Commission, will result in over 70 of BGaming’s products to be made accessible to players within the country, including Elvis Frog in Vegas, Fruit Million, Aloha King Elvis, and the brand exclusive titles to Greek operators and thousands of players.

“We’re delighted to be awarded a licence by the Hellenic Gaming Commission and be able to provide our content to this regulated market,” stated Marina Ostrovtsova, executive director at BGaming. “It is a great step for the studio, and for sure BGaming will continue to ride for our regulatory market journey.” 

Earlier this year, BGaming received a critical supply licence from the Maltese Gaming Authority.

The studio has released more than 10 new games over the past 10 months, including the first BGaming cascade slot called Bonanza Billion. At the beginning of 2022, the provider is scheduled to launch its first crash-style game, Space XY.

The entry into the Greek market follows on from the studio’s recent survey, published at the beginning of the month, which highlighted igaming statistics from the third quarter.

One of the main takeaways from the report revealed that mobile gaming continues to “lead the way” in the sector, exceeding both tablet and computer gaming, with 95 per cent of its players choosing to play titles on their mobile devices. 

Additionally, BGaming noted that it witnessed a rise in young adults playing its slots, with nearly a six per cent rise over the past year.