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

Approved by the Hellenic Gaming Commission, the Greek licence is said to be the outcome of “long and hard work” with the provider stating it can now “reinforce” the supply of its games to players throughout the country. 

“Receiving a Greek licence is another exciting moment and an important achievement for us in our step towards our global expansion,” Ivan Kodaj, CEO at SYNOT Games, stated. “It is a result of SYNOT Games’ patient work, which over the years has accumulated extensive experience and understanding of the igaming market.”

The securing on the Manufacturer License A1 adds to the number of gaming licences already held by SYNOT in the market, which allows players in Greece to experience its catalogue of titles, including Respin Joker, Fruit Awards and Zeus Wild Thunder. 

“Being compliant in the gaming market is the most important area for us and we are delighted to be awarded a licence by the Hellenic Gaming Commission that ensures a continuance and development of our hit games in the regulated Greek territory,” commented Martina Hrabinská, CCO at SYNOT Games. 

SYNOT Games is an established content provider with a growing presence, licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and UK Gambling Commission, Hellenic Gaming Commission, OJNJ, Kanspell Commissie, and certified across Europe. 

The provider’s games are already certified in several jurisdictions including Italy, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Croatia, Greece, UK, Malta, Netherlands, Bulgaria, and Switzerland.