Kalamba Games receives Greek approval
Kalamba Games’ slots have been approved for the Greek market.
In total, 15 games have been approved from Kalamba’s library, which can now be distributed to local suppliers across Greece.
The games include Ducks till Dawn, Griffin’s Quest and Blazing Bull, as well as several titles from the supplier’s Joker series.
The latest announcement is similar to recent approvals, such as certification in Croatia and entering the Italian and Spanish jurisdictions, as the supplier continues to grow in European markets.
Recently, the Greek online gambling market was updated, with new legislation allowing additional companies to enter the country in October 2020.
In a statement, Kalamba Games said “Greece is a rapidly growing and potential-rich region that Kalamba and its portfolio of titles are set to make an impact in.”
Giles Lucas, Chief Commercial Officer Kalamba Games, said: “It’s always a notable achievement to enter into new territories and adds to the increasing number of regulated markets that Kalamba now serves directly.
“Bullseye, our legacy-free RGS platform, is strategically key in meeting the ever-increasing regulatory requirements across multiple geographies.
“Supporting our partners with rapid, cost-effective development and efficient deployment of unique content to regulated markets is the cornerstone of Kalamba’s Bullseye technology platform.”
Recently, the Greek market has handed out licences to several companies, as it hopes to enhance gaming titles available to local players.
In the last two weeks, NetBet has entered the market after securing multiple licences from the Hellenic Gaming Commission (HGC); meanwhile, Betshop also gained a permanent licence.
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