The Hellenic Gambling Commission has granted Pragmatic Play its A1 supplier licence, marking a significant step forward for the company in the Greek market.
The firm will now be able to continue offering its slots and live casino games to the Greek market under the new laws, thanks to the new licence.
In addition, Greek players will be able to play Fruit Party 2, Sweet Bonanza, and Wolf Gold, as well as try out new titles like YumYum Powerways and Chilli Heat Megaways.
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Sheriff Khamoura, director of compliance at Pragmatic Play said: “We are thrilled to take a crucial step into the Greek market by being granted this A1 Licence.
“This is a great opportunity for us to continue delivering our expanding product offering to Greek operators.”
Importance of gamification
Bhotesh Maheshwari, Pragmatic Play’s VP of strategy and operations, spoke about the importance of gamification in the igaming industry last month, and how the company’s drops & wins promotions have allowed it to break new ground in both slots and live casino.
“It’s no secret that just having a good slot offering isn’t going to cut it anymore, and what really sets apart incredible suppliers from the masses is the extras,” he begins.
“One major development in recent years has been the advancement of gamification tools, a collection of player engagement solutions that can add to any game session without detracting from the actual gameplay.”