Further expanding its presence in regulated markets across Europe and beyond, and Playson, the developer of casino games and software, has entered into a direct content distribution agreement with leading iGaming software developer SoftSwiss while securing the Greek provider's license.

Under the agreement, Playson's entire gaming portfolio includes over 75 omnichannel titles, including a special Timeless Fruit Slots series, as well as innovative titles such as

Crystal LandCrystal Crush Buffalo Power: hold and win

Burning wins: the classic 5 lines and the best Solar Queen , will be integrated by the Curaçao- Game Aggregator based in the company. In turn, the diverse collection will be available directly to all SoftSwiss white label operators and Game Aggregator customers who operate under the current Maltese license.

Growing player base:

"Satisfied" with the content contract, Playson's head of account management, Michael Tadross, said the new partnership is a "fantastic way" for them to strengthening their position in Europe and "looking forward to having fun for their player base" with a diverse range of games.

A comprehensive solution for online casino brands, SoftSwiss Game Aggregator brings together 11 global game providers, allowing their customers to access over 16, unique games. This wide wallet, of which 3, the titles support cryptocurrency gameplay, it is able to integrate with any software platform via one-time API integration, which makes it a very simple process.

Direct Access Benefits:

Comment also on collaboration, SoftSwiss' partner manager team manager Nikita Keino used the company's official press release to say the Game Aggregator team is "excited" to bolster its portfolio by providing direct access to Playson game content.

“Playson is an ambitious, innovative supplier that is constantly evolving, both in terms of content and geography, which is exactly the attitude we value at SoftSwiss. We look forward to further fruitful cooperation and increasing our offer with them! "

New license:

Meanwhile, after completing a "thorough and rigorous application process", the Maltese-software developer obtained a manufacturer's license from the Hellenic Gaming Commission (HGC).

Accreditation of Playson titles by a nine-member independent administrative body paves the way for a game provider for the purpose ensuring further contracts with key operators in what is considered to be "one of the fastest growing regions in Europe".

Producer License, which covers a wide range of player-favorite titles, such as the wildlife-inspired Wolf Power: Hold & Win, Legend of Cleopatra: Megaways and the recently released Book of Gold 2: Double Hit, licensed in Greece and other markets regulated in Europe and beyond.

Continuation of expansion:

Explaining the meaning of the license, Playson's chief attorney Andrei Andronic said ...

"We are delighted to be granted a license that ensures the continuation and expansion of our hit games in the newly regulated territory of Greece, a rapidly growing market at the heart of a key region for Playson. "

He then explained that they "have an appetite for regulated markets" and are "delighted" that

they add a new license to their portfolio. “The latest news shows that we are qualified to provide our partners with the best and safest games. We are delighted to start a new chapter on the Greek regulated market and build our presence in the coming months ”.

ISO certificate:

HGC accreditation follows the latest Playson ISO (International Organization for Standardization) 2021 information security certification following a comprehensive audit by Quinel Limited laboratory.