Soft2Bet acquires a B2B (A1) license in Greece

Soft2Bet, which is a top iGaming supplier, has been successful in acquiring a B2B (A1) license for itself in Greece. This is after the company had recently managed a B2C license in the same country. For Soft2Bet, it is indeed a landmark moment as this license will help it to achieve its goal of furthering its operations in Europe. The team is all geared up to bring their exclusive gaming content to gamers in Greece. 

According to the latest gaming news, the A1 license will provide the opportunity for Soft2Bet to extend gaming, as well as betting-based services. Accompanying that will be the games that will be made available to the B2C operators having a valid operating license inside Greece’s digital gaming ecosystem. This goes in tandem with the entity’s commitment to always abide by the rules and regulations laid down by the country wherein they operate. The acquired B2B (A1) license is valid for seven years and will help the company in cornering a share of the gaming market in Greece. 

According to the General Counsel at Soft2Bet, David Yatom, the obtaining of the license is a testament to the fact that the company operates in sync with all of the laid down rules and regulations in every country where they have their operations. For them, this will open the doors to spread their footprint further into the country and make a mark for themselves in terms of continuing growth. It will also help them to work on the technology that is at their disposal and provide the best experience to gamers through their exquisite content. Their future plan is to form further associations with the local operators.

Michael Grant

Michael writes news articles covering covering whole casino industry. He is passionate about online poker games. He regularly contributes in-depth news stories regarding casino industry and legislations.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button