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BF Games, the dynamic games development studio based in London, is poised for its Croatian market entry following the certification of its game portfolio in the country.

A selection of BF Games’ diverse games offering, featuring a mix of classic fruit slots and innovative new content, is now available to rollout with local operators for the first time.

The portfolio includes the supplier’s best performing titles, including Stunning Hot Remastered, Royal Crown Remastered and Book of Gods and recent hit Cave of Fortune. Given the fruity design and simple mathematical models of the 20 selected titles, BF Games expects the games to bring a high return of investment.

The certification marks another important milestone for BF Games, after recently expanding its reach across numerous European markets including Belgium, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia and Sweden.  

Nine local operators are currently offering online gambling in Croatia, and BF Games has already signed a deal with a market leader.

Piotr Szpoton, CEO at BF Games, said: “We continue to focus on growing the reach of our content and we are thrilled to have our portfolio certified in Croatia.

“We are certain that our games will resonate well with local players, and we are excited about the opportunities that lie ahead in Croatia, a market with great potential.”

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