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SoftGamings receives E-Class licence from Belgian Gambling Commission

| By Rochelle Piggot

The Belgian Gambling Commission (BGC) has granted a licence to SoftGamings brand, a leading provider and aggregator of casino software. 

This milestone expands SoftGamings’ influence in the global market. It reflects the company’s desire to develop and improve its products constantly. SoftGamings’ award-winning software has already proven to meet the highest industry standards in leading jurisdictions.

The Belgian E-Class Licence enables SoftGamings to offer its branded services to Belgian-licensed operators. The obtained licence applies to activities related to the B2B sale, lease, supply, import and export of gambling products. This opens the door to a one-stop service for integrating API games from prestigious vendors in a short time. SoftGamings are currently expanding activities throughout the regulated Belgian market and making their products available to all operators licensed by BGC and all those who plan to obtain one.

What are the benefits of the E-Class License? It grants the rights to supply products and services to licensed B2C operators in Belgium, opening up opportunities for them to:

  • Use SoftGamings’ platform with back-office tools, including third-party software integrated into the platform;
  • Implement additional analytical and marketing software as a stand-alone product allowing integration with the platform;
  • Use support and maintenance services in relation to the platform and licensed software.

By collaborating with SoftGamings’ brand companies, Belgian companies with B2C licences will be able to integrate providers of high-quality gaming content for testing easily. The streamlined process replaces the need for multiple integrations and offers a convenient one-stop-shop approach.

Belgium legalised gambling in 1999, and online gambling followed in 2002. As a result, the market is known as one of the best-regulated gambling zones. 

Anna Lalina, head of partnerships at SoftGamings, said: “The SoftGamings brand has received a Belgian E-Class Licence, adding to the collection of existing licences from Malta, Greece, Romania, the Isle of Man and others. These achievements are in line with SoftGamings’ strategy and mission to expand our continued presence in the Western European markets. From now on, offers and requests for cooperation from Belgian operators will be met. They’ll receive ready-made casino solutions and other software solutions for this market.

“Belgian licensing was an important development for the SoftGamings brand. This milestone laid a solid foundation, paved the way for new solutions in the field of online gambling and increased competitiveness in mature markets like Belgium.”

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