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Hacksaw Gaming receives Greek supplier licence

| By Marese O'Hagan
Malta-based casino company Hacksaw Gaming has received a supply licence from the Hellenic Gaming Commission (HGC), marking the company's first entry into the Greek market.

The licence will allow Hacksaw Gaming to distribute its popular slot titles, including Chaos Crew and Stack ‘Em, in Greece.

Hacksaw Gaming has also received licensing for several countries including the UK, Malta and Sweden.

The company has revealed plans to expand into more countries by the end of the year.

“The first half of 2021 has shown a huge increase in demand for our content, and we are honoured to have been awarded a licence by the Hellenic Gaming Commission which will allow us to offer our hit titles to operators in the newly regulated Greek market,” said Marcus Cordes, COO at Hacksaw Gaming.

“We have a number of clients on stand-by and are looking forward to entering this market with a bang.”

Hacksaw Gaming is the latest operator to receive a Greek licence after the new licensing process opened in October 2020. A gambling reform bill, which led to the new licensing process, was passed in Greece in 2019.

Yesterday, it was announced that Bragg’s Oryx had also obtained a gaming licence in Greece. Other recent recipients include Softswiss, iSoftBet, and Kalamba Games.

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