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Synot Games receives Dutch certification

| By Nosa Omoigui
Casino game developer Synot Games has received certification allowing its portfolio of games to be made available in the Netherlands' newly regulated market.

The certification coincides with the launch of online gaming within the Netherlands, where the market went live on 1 October.

Synot Games CEO Ivan Kodaj said: “This is a great opportunity for us to deliver top-quality content to operators in the Netherlands. There is proven demand for legal gambling and by adopting a new law, the Dutch government shows willingness to comply under strict rules.

“We are more than ready to accommodate those rules if it means that our content will reach eager players.

With the certification, Synot may offer its games to any of the country’s 10 online gambling licensees. The approved operators include bet365, UK-based bingo operator Tombola and Malta-and Estonia-licensed Play North Ltd.

The Netherlands becomes the latest country to feature Synot Games after the Czech Republic-based developer obtained a supplier licence from the GB Gambling Commission earlier this year.

Synot’s game are now available across Europe in countries such as Spain, Italy, Portugal and Sweden.

Kodaj added: “The Dutch player base is prolific in the casino world, and we have proven several times over that we are an exciting provider to the most demanding audience.”

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