Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the iGaming industry, has been granted a Type A1 supplier licence by the Hellenic Gambling Commission, the company announced on Wednesday, while also unveiling its appointment of Marco Pequeno as country manager for Brazil.
This licence will allow Pragmatic Play to continue delivering innovative Slots and Live Casino titles to the Greek market under the new regulations, serving to strengthen the provider’s position in the Greek market after already forming lucrative partnerships with Kaizen Gaming and Novibet’s Greek operation.
Greek players will be “delighted” to be able to avail themselves of popular titles like Fruit Party 2, Sweet Bonanza and Wolf Gold, while also sampling new releases like YumYum Powerways and Chilli Heat Megaways.
Obtaining this license strengthens Pragmatic Play’s mission of bringing its best-in-class products to regulated jurisdictions.
Sheriff Khamoura, director of compliance said: “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.”
The new country director for the Brazilian market, Mr Pequeno, is set to locally service and develop new opportunities in the targeted market. This position is fully in line with Pragmatic Play’s approach of offering a localised perspective on its product portfolio from specialists with far-reaching regional expertise.
Victor Arias, vice president of Latam Operations at Pragmatic Play said: “Our dedication to growing in Latin America is evident and we’re very proud to expand our presence in the country by appointing a dedicated Brazilian team member.
“With it being only a year since the establishment of our Latam hub, it’s another fantastic milestone for Pragmatic Play as we set our goals on even further expansion in the continent.”
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