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TG Lab has documented its entry into the regulated Dutch market, as the omni-channel software solutions provider gained the required certifications for its player account management and igaming and sportsbook platforms.

Certification enables the B2B provider to aid its long-term operators make their debut in the recently regulated market.

The company also states that it’s in late-stage discussions with a number of operators looking to launch in the country, and leverage its customisable and localised technology suite. 

The TG Lab igaming platform has been designed to allow operators to take control of the technology and accelerate product innovation, as well as allowing them to cut down on operational costs. 

This, it adds, is achieved through advanced automation that replaces a number of manual processes and activities.

Platform functions include being able to manage multiple brands in an array of regulated markets from a single platform, and the ability to add bespoke functionality based on the operator’s own needs.

“The Netherlands has the potential to be one of the biggest online gambling markets in Europe and the early numbers are already surpassing initial expectations,” explained Ugnius Simelionis, CEO of TG Lab.

“Right now, we are focusing our expansion plans on the DACH region so securing the required certifications to launch in the Netherlands supports this strategy, and further strengthens our presence in Western Europe where we are active in markets such as Germany and Belgium.  

“We go to great lengths to ensure that our platform, products and services are available to operators in all regulated markets across Western Europe and beyond and expect to be a key player in the Netherlands as the market continues to grow and mature.”

Certification in the Netherlands comes shortly after TG Lab made its debut in Belgium and Germany. In addition, the provider already holds licenses in the UK, Malta and its platform has been certified in multiple Nordic and Baltic countries.