Soft2Bet has continued its efforts to expand across Europe after receiving a B2B A1 licence from the Greek gambling regulator, the Hellenic Gaming Commission.
With the A1 licence, the igaming provider will be able to offer its gaming and betting platform services, as well as games to licensed operators in Greece for the next seven years.
The new license is added to Soft2Bet’s recent acquisition of a B2C licence in the Greek market, all part of the company’s long-term plans for the jurisdiction.
David Yatom, Soft2Bet’s General Counsel, commented: “Obtaining this licence was a collaborative endeavour. Our interaction with the HGC exemplifies the best of partnerships.
“This licence is another testament to Soft2Bet’s commitment to expand to further markets and ensure our continued growth. It represents a significant milestone in a series of remarkable achievements Soft2Bet has accomplished in recent months.”
The new licence in Greece is just one part of Soft2Bet’s expansion across the European continent over the past several months.
The igaming provider recently obtained a B2B permit from the Swedish gambling authority Spelinspektionen and a Romanian licence from local regulator Oficiul National pentru Jocuri de Noroc, supplying its offerings in the respective countries.
Elsewhere across the continent, Soft2Bet has licences in countries such as Denmark, Ireland and Malta, with plans to add more countries to that list.