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B2B Gaming Services receives Greek supplier licence

| By Marese O'Hagan
Maltese operator B2B Gaming Services is the latest to receive a supplier licence in Greece from the Hellenic Gaming Commission (HGC) under the country's new gambling licence system.
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The operator joins Kalamba Group, NetBet, Aspire Global’s Pariplay and GoldenRace, who have also recently received licences from the HGC.

B2B Gaming Services will supplies online betting, casino games and other igaming offerings to BetShop.gr.

“Our efforts are always focused on the responsible and innovative offer of technology services to ensure and satisfy the online market, while at the same time we continue to increase our social footprint, with consistency and respect for society and the Greek state,” said Gabriel Chaleplis, founder of B2B Gaming Services.

“We understand licencing under the new permanent regulatory framework as a reward for our decision that our Company cannot be absent from Greece. At the same time, we see it as an opportunity to continue our offer for the benefit of online players, society, and the State. We are here with our twenty-five years of experience, and we continue.”

The licence will be valid for an initial period of seven years.

Following the passing of a bill in 2019 that addressed gambling reforms in Greece, licence applications opened in October 2020.

Two licence options became available- one for casino games, and one for online betting.

An initial draft of the bill caused controversy as it effectively banned Random Number Generator (RNG) games and placed a €2 cap on slot games.

In the final bill, the €2 cap remained, by RNG games were authorised.

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