Shape Games enters the US market after acquiring license in Colorado

Shape Games enters the US market after acquiring license in Colorado

Shape Games has reached the Land of Opportunity, as the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission has granted the company a vendor license. 

Shapes Games now in Colorado

Shape Games reaches the US

Shape Games has been granted its first US state online gaming license, allowing it to provide its frontend technology to operators that are also licensed in Colorado.

Christian Risom, CEO of Game Shape, stated, “We are overjoyed to obtain this permission as the first of numerous licenses we are pursuing to establish a leadership position in gaming services in the United States.”

“Colorado is a first step toward our goal of becoming the preeminent customer engagement platform for the gaming industry as it expands in the United States. Our clients describe our platform as the industry’s most current, engaging, and consumer-focused engine. This originates from our roots as a consumer app developer, having worked with firms such as Apple, Red Bull, and Ikea.”

Recent deals with licensed operators in the United States, like as Ballys, have enabled the Copenhagen-based startup to develop software for European online gambling companies, notably the Danish state operator Danske Spil. 

“Our objective is to introduce consumer app best practices to igaming for the benefit of our partner operators and their customers,” Shape’s chief commercial officer Morten Tonnesen said. “Because the customized apps are developed with the user experience in mind, they are competing with popular entertainment apps battling for time-starved consumers.”

About the Company

Shape Games is an award-winning digital B-to-B platform and service provider for the i-gaming industry. Our highly customizable native frontend is one of a kind, as it brings customer-focused product development known from Silicon Valley startups to the gaming space.


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