Relax Gaming Gibraltar gains UK licence

By Gambling Insider

Relax Gaming’s Gibraltar company has been approved by the Gambling Commission and handed a licence for the UK market.

Now Relax Gaming can offer its casino games to UK operators through its Gibraltar arm. Relax has already transferred partners Boylesports, 32Red and BetVictor to its Gibraltar network.

The company adds that Entain’s UK brands are also expected to join the Gibraltar side of the company, with Ladbrokes and Coral the next to follow suit.

The latest licence allows Relax Gaming Gibraltar to continue growing in different jurisdictions as it has also gained approval from the Gibraltar licensing authority, the Malta Gaming Authority and the Romanian National Gaming Office.

The supplier also supports regulated markets such as Denmark, Sweden, Estonia and Latvia.

Relax says that by expanding in the UK, the company can continue to strengthen its position in regulated markets; the company especially wants to reinforce its footprint in the Nordic market, as Relax says it is a market “renowned for its discerning player-base”.

Relax Gaming CEO, Tommi Maijala said: "Following a fruitful relationship with the Gambling Commission through our Malta-based company, having all our products and services approved for our Gibraltar branch is another major commercial highlight for us. Its significance will be felt across the business, including by our valued third-party partners.”

"This licence acquisition represents fresh opportunity in our drive to deliver excellence and growth across all regulated markets.”

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