The A1 licence issued by the regulator allows Iforium to deliver its Gameflex casino aggregator platform and portfolio of approved gaming content to licensed operators in the newly regulated Greek market.
“I am proud to confirm Iforium have been granted an A1 Supplier Licence by the Hellenic Gaming Commission,” said Phil Parry, chief executive of Iforium.
“Continuous expansion of our regulated footprint is key to Iforium’s strategy and our new licence in Greece marks our 17th successful regulated market entry.
“I look forward to working with our valued partners in the newly regulated Greek market and supporting their future growth via our Gameflex aggregation platform.”
Greece launched its online gaming licence process in October 2020, after regulations for the market were passed by the country’s parliament in 2019 and submitted to the European Commission in January 2020.
This year, several companies have received supplier licences from the HGC, including Aspire Global’s Pariplay, casino games and software developer Playson, Malta-based supplier B2B Gaming Services, and most recently Bragg Gaming Group subsidiary Oryx Gaming, as well as game developer Hacksaw Gaming.