Casino and sportsbook platform provider Soft2Bet has obtained licences from the Danish Gambling Authority, Spillemyndigheden, to begin offering a wide range of igaming verticals in Denmark.
The licences cover sports betting, as well as online casino games like roulette, baccarat, punto banco, blackjack, poker, online bingo and slots.
Peter Christian Noer, head of country team at Soft2Bet celebrated the achievement saying: “Achieving this licence is a huge moment for Soft2Bet. Our entire team has put in a tremendous amount of effort and worked tirelessly to ensure we met all the requirements and deadlines to achieve this important milestone in our company’s history.”
Soft2Bet’s entry into the Danish market is the latest strategic move for the operator group that is currently in the process of expanding its global footprint across several regulated markets.
The move further grows the company’s presence in the Nordics, having secured a licence to operate in Sweden in 2019 from the Swedish Gambling Authority, Spelinspektionen.
The company complied with all the country’s strenuous player safety obligations, proving to be fully compliant with its various regulatory requirements.
Looking to the new market, Mr Christian Noer said that the company looks forward to launching its “innovative” iGaming brands on the Danish market, and reflected that they have proven successful in other jurisdictions because of their “state-of-the-art features, unique game supply and strong player protection tools.”
Indeed, he reported that in the two years since it launched in Sweden, it has taken significant market shares there.
“This massive achievement is the product of uncompromising dedication and one more great accomplishment for our outstanding team to be proud about. It’s also important to thank the Danish Gambling Authority for a positive, collaborative and helpful dialogue throughout the licence application process,” the executive concluded.
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