Quickspin hails ‘months of hard work’ to achieve HGC approval

Hacksaw Gaming has pursued a move of Greek expansion after signing a commercial deal with N1 Casino, hailing the nation as an ‘important market’.

Quickspin has expanded its presence in Europe as the Swedish-based slot firm enters Greece, following the granting of a supplier licence by the Hellenic Gaming Commission

The awarding of this licence results in players in the Greek market being able to experience an array of Quickspin titles, including Sticky Bandits 3: Most Wanted, Big Bad Wolf Megaways and Eastern Emeralds.

Panagiotis Chryssovitsanos, Quickspin, CEO, stated: “The entrance into the Greek market is the culmination of months of hard work from members of the Quickspin team and I could not be prouder of them for all the effort they put into this project. 

“Our presence in this market forms part of our wider strategic plans to be active in every regulated market and provide players with a safe, sustainable and entertaining gaming experience, so to add this one to the list feels incredibly good.”

Adding to the thoughts of Chryssovitsanos, Anthony Dalla-Giacoma, Quickspin’s Chief Commercial Officer, stated: “We are thrilled by the reception our games have received on the first days back in the Greek market and I look forward to working with more local partners in the near future.”

Entry into the Greek regulated space comes in a year that has seen Quickspin change personnel at the top of the firm, with Chryssovitsanos taking over the reins from Founder, Daniel Lindberg, earlier this year.

Alongside the change in leadership, 2022 also witnessed Quickspin strengthen its internet security, as it gained an ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification.