After gaining a betting and casino licence in Serbia, SoftSwiss has proceeded to grow into regulated markets.
The Games of Chance Administration (GCA), which is part of Serbia’s Ministry of Finance and Economy, issued the licence, which is valid for ten years.
As a result, SoftSwiss has been granted permission to conduct online special games of chance, making it the first company in Serbia to be granted such permission.
Strengthening and expanding brand
SoftSwiss’s founder, Ivan Montik, said: “Entering the Serbian market is another important step towards strengthening and expanding the SoftSwiss brand in Europe. We were the first to be licensed as a purely online operator rather than growing out of the classic land-based casino model.
“Having more than 10 years of experience in online entertainment, strong team, energy, drive and innovative approach in our DNA I can say that SoftSwiss will deliver the best online solutions for operators and players in the market.
“And given that Serbia, its history and national mentality have always been close to Belarusians, we are confident that the presence on the market will be easy and successful.”
Competent state laboratory
SoftSwiss’ online platform has to be certified by a “competent state laboratory” in order to get a licence for the Serbian market.
“This year is notable for several big milestones that allowed SoftSwiss to gain a foothold on local markets, where we see great potential for growth,” Montik continued.
“In addition to Serbia, the brand was successfully licensed in Nigeria and Greece. All these milestones are a part of the company’s global development strategy aimed at expanding the SoftSwiss brand’s presence on local markets.”