Switzerland

UK-registered, Malta-licensed BF Games, the dynamic games development studio, has gained leading information security certification ISO 27001 ahead of entering a new market in Switzerland.

The accreditation showcases BF Games’ commitment to information security management as it seeks to expand its product offering across regulated markets in Europe.

ISO 27001 certifies in-house developed IT products and is a mandatory requirement for suppliers entering the regulated markets of Switzerland and Hungary, both of which form a strong part of the company’s expansion strategy in the coming months.

BF Games’ diverse games offering is currently available to players in a host of European markets including the UK, Belgium, Malta, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia and Sweden, with Croatia the latest addition to the ranks.

Piotr Szpoton, CEO at BF Games, said: “Gaining the ISO certification is an important step for us and provides an illustration of our total commitment to best business practices and the protection of customer data.

“We believe that this approach will set us in good stead as we continue to expand our horizons, with players in Switzerland soon able to enjoy our dynamic, innovative games portfolio.”

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