CT Interactive is set to go live “very soon” within the Dutch igaming market, after the online casino games provider gained a licence for the newly regulated European market.

The company is to supply a selection of its gaming suite to licensed operators in the region, which the company says have been selected “after careful analysis of the market preferences”.

“We know that the Dutch operators are always looking to serve their players better, and we are certain that CT Interactive games will prove extremely popular,” stated Martin Ivanov, business development manager at CT Interactive

“Our company is a well-respected name within the gaming industry, and it is a pleasure to enter the Netherlands market and to strengthen the certified operators’ offering.

“The Netherlands emerges as a very competitive market, so our high-quality titles and promotional tools will give our B2B partners a powerful kick-off.”

As a result of the certification, the firm has been cleared to supply its roster to licensed entities, including games such as 40 Treasures, 40 Mega Slot, 20 Star Party, Lucky Clover, Brilliants Hot, Duck of Luck, Pot’o Luck, and Treasure Hill.

“We are planning our titles to go live very soon. Our entry into the Netherlands has been marked with significant interest in CT Interactive content from operators looking to improve their gaming portfolios,” added Lachezar Petrov, CEO at CT Interactive.

Earlier this year, the Ksa confirmed the first 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. These were subsequently joined last month by JOI Gaming, which gained a licence for its online casino