Issued by the Hellenic Gaming Commission’s Gaming Supervision and Control Commission (EEEP), the licences will enable Soft2Bet to roll out its online betting and casino products in the country.
The Greek licences follow recent approvals in Ireland, Denmark and Sweden, and form part of the provider’s wider growth plans in Europe.
Soft2Bet also said the approvals support its ongoing focus of operating in more regulated markets around the world.
“The issuance of our betting events and casino games remote gaming licences in Greece is a terrific step forward for us,” Soft2Bet’s group general counsel, David Yatom, said. “We view this as a springboard for further growth and are excited to pursue additional licence opportunities in the near future.
“Soft2Bet remains focused on and committed to expanding its operation and bringing our exceptional gaming experience to even further markets across the globe.
“This very much highlights the company’s commitment for expenditure to even further regulated markets across Europe and around the globe. It is an additional important step in the right direction for Soft2Bet.”