Synot Games obtains Greek supplier licence
Synot Games has obtained a supplier licence from the Hellenic Gaming Commission (EEEP).
Synot Games already holds a number of licences in the market. Some of its games were made available previously to Greek bettors.
Greece passed legislation for gambling reforms in 2019, which were then submitted to the European Commission in January 2020.
Since then, two kinds of supplier licences have been made available to operators; the licence Synot has acquired – that allows the offering of online gambling – and a second kind which allows the sale of online betting technology.
Commenting on the decision, Synot Games chief executive officer Ivan Kodaj said: “Receiving a Greek license is another exciting moment and an important achievement for us in our step towards our global expansion. It is a result of Synot Games’ patient work, which over the years has accumulated extensive experience and understanding of the igaming market.”
Martina Hrabinská, chief commercial officer at Synot, added: “Being compliant in the gaming market is the most important area for us and we are delighted to be awarded a license by the Hellenic Gaming Commission that ensures a continuance and development of our hit games in the regulated Greek territory.”
The news makes Synot the most recent operator to receive a Greek supplier licence; following on from ESA, BGaming and Pragmatic Play, who have also recently received new supplier licences from the EEEP.