Hacksaw Gaming receives Isle Of Man supplier licence
The new licence will allow Hacksaw to offer its services to Isle of Man-licensed operators.
Hacksaw already has offered its games in several countries including Great Britain, Malta, Latvia and Sweden – with its most recent licence coming last October when the business expanded into Denmark.
The business also received a supplier licence to operate in Greece last August after new licensing rules were approved in the country in 2019.
Marcus Cordes, COO at Hacksaw Gaming commented: “We’re delighted to add the Isle of Man to our regulatory licence portfolio and I’m sure many more licences will follow in the years to come.”
Founded in September 2018, Hacksaw now has a portfolio of over 70 games split across three verticals including slots, scratch cards and a mix of both under the “high fixed prize” segment.
The supplier’s first game of 2022, King Carrot, was launched on 6 January which Hacksaw Gaming hopes will contribute to doubling slot portfolio this year and the company says it will “certainly strengthen” its position within the industry.