N1 launches Greek platform to mark ‘new stage’ in development

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

N1 Partners has marked a “new stage” of its development as the company expands its Greek presence via the launch of the firm’s N1Casino.gr platform.

Following the company’s Greek gaming licence approval last June from the Hellenic Gaming Commission to operate an online casino within the region, players with a Greek passport and identity card will now be able to access the igaming entity.

Yaroslav Laptev, Chief Product Officer of N1 Partners Group, explained: “Obtaining the Greek gaming licence, which allowed us to launch the N1Casino.gr project on the regulated national market of Greece, is a great achievement for N1 Partners Group. 

“This event undoubtedly expands the scope of the company’s activities and opportunities to conquer the European audience.”

The N1Casino.gr project is set to offer players a selection of titles from game providers including Evolution and Pragmatic Play.

The launch of its Greek platform follows on from N1’s link-up with Pipa Games in February that saw titles from the Brazilian game provider launch on its platform.  

Under the terms of the deal, Pipa Games titles, such as Joo Casino, Fight Club, and Casino at N1 Bet, became available to N1 players, along with its live roulette and live bingo titles.

In addition, February witnessed N1 launch its promotional campaign, entitled Mystery Drops, that is said to enable players to “play jackpots more often and with larger jackpot funds”.