Anyone who’s worked in the online gambling industry on more than a “local” platform will know about the different regulatory requirements all over the world with different countries, and the specific requirements a company would need to do to receive authorisation to operate within that country in general, and the specifics they can or cannot provide once authorised.
Denmark is one of those countries, the only Scandic country to have such concrete legislations. Sports Betting and Casino companies operating within Denmark not only have to receive certification from Spillemyndigheden, the Danish regulators, but also have to abide by the strict requirements that come with holding a license in Denmark regarding CPR numbers and name and address verifications just to start.
Pragmatic Play are one of the fastest growing providers of online digital Casino games with a current portfolio of over 80 HTML% games, over 80 mobile games and over 22 supported languages across 78 different countries.
Their titles include Gold Train, Queen of Gold, Wolf Gold, Panther Queen, Hot Safari, 8 Dragons and many, many more. Along with this, they offer a cutting-edge solution meaning that these games can easily integrated into any available gaming platform.
The news of certification from Spillemyndigheden will be a welcome addition to the operational allowances to Pragmatic after their acceptance into the UK market by the UK GC earlier this year.
Releasing, on average, 2 games a month, Pragmatic Play will initially offer their games in Denmark using their Vera&John platform before moving onto full scale services later this year.
Victor Olinger, Head of Gaming at Vera&John, added: “Pragmatic Play’s content has been very popular with our players in other markets, so we’re delighted we can now offer it to Danish players too.
“We’re sure the new games will be as equally well-received as the existing portfolio and will become player favourites in no time at all.”