Galaxsys to capitalise on ‘robust pipeline’ across LatAm & Europe

Galaxsys has set its sights on swift expansion after the online gaming content provider secured its latest stage of expansion across both Latin America and Europe.

This has seen the studio gain games certifications for the Colombian and Greek markets, each of which has been attracting significant industry attention across recent months.

Coming hot on the heels of several of its titles being certified for players to enjoy in the Swiss market, these latest regulatory nods have taken a selection of the Galaxsys network live across each of the aforementioned jurisdictions.

Crash, Crasher, Rocketon, and Cash Show are now available and certified in the Colombian market, while Crasher and F Mines will be accessible for consumers in the southeast Europe nation.

Following its most recent round of green-lights, Galaxsys has reiterated a belief that the wider LatAm and continental Europe gaming space are prime “growth markets” for the company’s portfolio of instant, crash, mines, and plinko games.

“We are thrilled that our crash, plinko, mines, instant, and other fast and skill games are certified in Colombia and Greece,” commented Gil Soffer, Senior Vice President of Sales and Business Development of Galaxsys,

“These two jurisdictions are now part of a long list of regulated markets in Europe, LatAm and Africa, where our games are available. 

“The recent attendance at LatAm trade shows and iGB Live has successfully delivered new partners and a robust enquiry pipeline as these regions, together with Asia, are generating incredible growth opportunities for us from tier one and local operators alike. 

“We thank the relevant regulatory bodies for their trust in our commitment to high security, quality standards, and responsible gaming as we continue to make our games available in additional regulated markets.”

Last month, Soffer spoke to CasinoBeats about the emergence of fast and crash games in the marketplace, as well as the steps that developers can take to make these formats even more successful and engaging.

“Overall, the market appeal is for a simple interface and interaction in the game session, which is a prerequisite as players don’t have the time to read game rules or understand wilds and features,” he said. 

“It is almost that the player has 10 minutes spare, and they want a sit-and-go style experience, especially if the player is playing via a mobile device.”