Cherry-owned operator ComeOn has launched its Comeon.com brand in Denmark, having received a five-year licence from the Danish Gaming Authority in July.
The operator will offer both casino games and sports betting on the website.
The five-year licence it received is the maximum that may be awarded by the Danish Gaming Authority.
“We are really happy to be able to offer our flagship brand, ComeOn.com, to Danish players,” Lahcene Merzoug, chief executive of ComeOn, said. “At ComeOn, we are strong supporters of local regulations and it feels great to add yet another regulated market to the list of companies we operate in.
“We have a strong Danish team that are eager to start and some really great things coming up.”
ComeOn also holds licences in Sweden, Denmark, Malta, Poland and Schleswig-Holstein in Germany.
In addition, the company holds a UK licence but withdrew from the country in September, citing “uncertainty” over regulations.
ComeOn also operates more than 20 other brands, including CherryCasino, EuroSlots, GetLucky and MobileBet.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that ComeOn was also licensed in Finland.