Hacksaw Gaming is the latest company to acquire a foothold in the Greek industry, with the casino content supplier pledging to make a series of similar moves throughout the rest of the year.
The Hellenic Gaming Commission has granted the Malta-based company a licence to launch a number of games in the newly regulated Greek market.
Players will be able to play a variety of their popular slot games, including Chaos Crew, Hop’n’Pop, and Stack ‘Em, as well as their most recent release, Xpander.
The company already has credentials in place for a number of regulated nations, including the United Kingdom, Malta, and Sweden, and it just announced that it wants to enter many more before the end of 2021.
Clients on standby
Hacksaw Gaming’s COO, Marcus Cordes, said: “The first half of 2021 has shown a huge increase in demand for our content, and we are honoured to have been awarded a licence by the Hellenic Gaming Commission which will allow us to offer our hit titles to operators in the newly regulated Greek market. We have a number of clients on stand-by and are looking forward to entering this market with a bang.”
This announcement comes after the recent news of Hacksaw Gaming to distribute SG Corp games and slots in North America as well as other regulated markets around the world, bolstering the company’s OpenGaming content offering.
The studio will launch with OpenGaming partners in the UK and other regulated areas this summer, with exclusivity on the platform in the US and Canada coming later this year.