Netent Approved For Spanish Gaming Licenses

Netent, the Malta-based online casino game provider, announced today that they have succesfully been granted gaming licenses for the Spanish market from the Directorate Generale. With the licenses the company can now legally work in Spain and sell their games to Spanish operators.

The singular license was obtained once all of Netent’s games had been approved to the high standards of the Directorate and both licenses took an extensive amount of work to be able to obtain.

Per Eriksson, President and CEO of NetEnt, comments: “This is an important step for NetEnt and a fine example of our ability to deliver on our growth strategy to expand on regulated markets. We are very pleased to have been approved for Spanish licenses by the DGOJ. Spain is a promising online gaming market with great opportunities for NetEnt.”

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