SkillOnNet has stressed delight at the prospect of entering “a huge market with a massive audience for slots” after the German federal regulator issued the firm with a licence.
This has seen the igaming operator group gain the green-light to offer online slots in all states of Germany from the country’s recently established federal gambling regulator, die Länder der Gemeinsamen Glücksspielbehörde der Länder (GGL).
All brands that fall under the SkillOnNet umbrella are covered by the certification, however, the company has noted that its primary focus will be placed upon its flagship German-facing gaming site, DrueckGluek.
This has operated in the country from 2015 under a licence from the state of Schleswig-Holstein, and is also a sponsor of 2 Bundesliga football side Holstein Kiel.
Michael Golembo, Sales and Marketing Director at SkillOnNet, commented: “Germany is a huge market with a massive audience for slots. Having the official German licence means SkillOnNet players will be part of a fully regulated experience, feeling more confident, safe and secure, many for the first time.
“It’s also a recognition that we meet the high standards of the German licensing regime and are prepared to work with regulators to meet those standards, reinforcing that responsible gaming is the cornerstone of everything we do.”