On Tuesday, BGaming announced that the studio has implemented all technical improvements required by the German market regulator and is ready to provide its iGaming content to local operators.

The company is a fast-growing game provider converting gambling into gaming, creating innovative products featured on reputable platforms and over 700 online casinos worldwide.

BGaming added that it has started supplying “high quality games to partners working with German traffic and operating in the .de national domains.”

After changes in the new Interstate Treaty on Gambling 2021, which allowed operators to provide online slots on a federal level, there were still several significant restrictions regarding the content casinos could provide to their players. The regulations related to the length of the spin, stake limit, auto-play, and other online slot performance.

BGaming stressed that it has finished the adaptation of its existing slots to all requirements by the German regulator’s guidelines and is ready to distribute its content to partners operating in the .de domains or working with German-located players. 

The requirements BGaming added to its portfolio of games for the German market are as follows:

  • Five seconds spin length;
  • No autoplay feature;
  • €1 per spin stake limit;
  • Game’s description in German language, where the RTP must be visible.

Alexandr Shavel, head of the business development department at BGaming, commented: “Thanks to our agile technical team, we could quickly define the needs of local operators and help them overcome the difficulties of the German regulations. We aim to strengthen relationships with German partners and will continue supplying them with the best content compliant with the local law.” 

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