Hacksaw Gaming, the Malta-based games provider, has continued its 2021 growth into the new year as it is granted a software supply licence from The Isle of Man Gambling Supervisory Commission.
Following its branching into new markets last year, the company noted that its most recent licence approval is “another step in the right direction” with entry into The Isle of Man adding to the list of regulated jurisdictions it has managed to establish a presence over the past few years, including UK, Malta and Greece.
Marcus Cordes, COO at Hacksaw Gaming, commented: “We’re delighted to add the Isle of Man to our regulatory license portfolio and I’m sure many more licenses will follow in the years to come.”
Hacksaw Gaming now has a portfolio of over 70 games split across three verticals – slots, scratchcards and a mix of both under the high fixed prize segment.
The Isle of Man approval follows on from the entity’s first game launch of the year January 6, releasing King Carrot. Eyes firmly set on 2022, Hacksaw Gaming hopes to “double their slot portfolio” which it emphasises will “certainly strengthen” its position within the industry.
The new licence follows on from Hacksaw Gaming rounded off 2021 gaining approval for entry into the Spanish market securing certification for a range of its slots by the Spanish regulator DGOJ.