Markor looks to ‘make a real impact’ following DGOJ certification


Spain’s Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego standards has granted Markor Technology certification for the group’s game aggregation platform.

Achieving full compliance with the DGOJ standards, Markor will now be able to render game aggregation services to licensed online gambling firms operating in the Spanish regulated market. 

Melissa Summerfield, Chief Executive Officer at Markor Technology, commented: “Although we’ve only been in business for a couple of years, Markor Technology has already established itself as a reliable provider of game aggregation services in the igaming industry – and the certification of our Spanish B2B platform will only strengthen this position further.

“Now that we have received the formal approval to work with licensed Spanish operators in the country, we’re very much looking forward to helping our clients make a real impact in the market. 

“With our fast and flexible content delivery plus a vast portfolio of exciting titles, we make it incredibly easy for clients to provide their customers with the very best in online casino gaming.”

The acquisition of the Spanish certification for its game aggregation platform, according to the firm, represents “another significant step forward,” and will assist the company in its further-reaching strategy to make its products and services available to customers in regulated markets across the globe.

Harnessing a varied portfolio of over 5,000 games to its casino clients globally via its game aggregation service, Markor’s platform includes titles from over 70 software providers, such as NetEnt, Pragmatic Play, Red Tiger and Evolution.

Hosting games from these content providers, the company is able to offer slots, table games and live dealer titles to its casino clients, plus a range of games of chance that includes keno, bingo and selection of virtual scratch cards.

Markor’s Spanish certification follows its link-up with Sumsub a mere week ago, which saw the former call the partnership a “digital evolution” and provide an enhanced verification and fraud protection.