Pragmatic Play secures license to continue supply in Greece

Pragmatic Play secures license to continue supply in Greece

Pragmatic Play announced on Wednesday, September 15, the awarding of its A1 supplier license by the Hellenic Gambling Commission. 

The issuance of the license represents a crucial milestone for the company in the Greek market under the new regulations. 

More opportunity in Greece for Pragmatic Play

Pragmatic Play is poised to remain a key player in the jurisdiction, strengthening its ties with operators by providing them access to more slot and real-money games. 

The supplier will be showcasing its Greek customers a selection of new titles, including YumYum Powerways and Chilli Heat Megaways. Proven hits like Fruit Party 2, Sweet Bonanza, and Wolf Gold will also make their way to operator partners’ platforms. 

The latest development for Pragmatic Play came on the heels of separate deals with Kaizen Gaming and Novibet’s Greek operation to consolidate their position in the jurisdiction.

Quotes from the Press Release

Sheriff Khamoura, director of compliance at Pragmatic Play, commented on securing the A1 license.

“We are thrilled to take a crucial step into the Greek market by being granted this A1 Licence,” 

“This is a great opportunity for us to continue delivering our expanding product offering to Greek operators.”

Bhotesh Maheshwari, VP of strategy and operations at Pragmatic Play, also discussed how the gradual evolution of slots throughout the years challenged suppliers to introduce innovations and features that set them apart from their competitors. 

“It’s no secret that just having a good slot offering isn’t going to cut it anymore, and what sets apart incredible suppliers from the masses is the extras,” he begins.

“One major development in recent years has been the advancement of gamification tools, a collection of player engagement solutions that can add to any game session without detracting from the actual gameplay.”


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