NetBet, UK-based provider, obtained a license for casino, poker and sports betting software solutions. This company has been approved by the Greek Gambling Commission, which secured its presence across the Greek market. The brand will release its package of more than 4000 casino titles in the industry, with innovative slot content. This certification from the Greek regulatory body will last for 7 years, after which the provider will request an extension. In addition, the UK brand also announced a commitment to gambling responsibly with its new Greek players, in which the company will put attention on player safety by taking advantage of encryption software. The brand’s suite of games expanded also through collaboration with BlueRibbon. This deal was followed by a partnership with Digitain, whereby NetBet has integrated various other games into its platform.
Growing its Presence in Another Important Market
The company also operates in several other regulated European markets, including Ireland, UK, Italy, Romania, and France!
NetBet Enterprises CEO, Gabriela Arnautu, said: “We are excited that the Hellenic Gaming Commission granted NetBet Enterprises with these two new licences. For over 20 years we have delivered the best sports betting and online casino experience to our players across the world and we are looking forward to growing our footprint in Greece.”
More on NetBet
NetBet was originally called Casino770, and that was until 2013 when it decided on a name change. At this point, it added other software brands, and as the business grew, realized it had to aim for the top in the online gaming world. As we mentioned, its gaming lobby is incredibly large and includes games from some of the largest companies in the software industry. In 2016, the brand also became the first UK casino company to accept bitcoin as a payment method for casino and sports betting. Besides video slots and table games, players can also indulge in live casino games. Its gaming lobby is filled with very popular games from renowned providers such as Net Entertainment, Quickspin, Microgaming, and other casino brands.
Source: “NetBet has been granted online gaming licenses in Greece”. Globe Newswire. June 25, 2021.