HITSqwad granted Gambling Commission licence to operate in the UK

By Isabella Aslam

The new game studio, HITSqwad, has been granted a Remote Gambling Software Licence by the Gambling Commission in the UK.

This furthers the company’s aims to become a successful provider of jackpot games in core markets worldwide, allowing it to provide online games to operators in the UK market via Playzido in early 2022.

HitSqwad is fully compliant with regulatory requirements and the providers will develop a series of identifiable jackpot themes for operators to recognise its brand, and in turn, add future titles. The company will also include a variety of associated games ensuring a varied portfolio.

A mobile-first approach will be developed with each title, delivering player engagement and a range of additional features to trigger each jackpot.

Charl Geyser, HITSqwad CEO, said: “Securing our Gambling Commission licence is a milestone moment for HITSqwad. Not only is it our first major licence, but it allows us to launch our content into one of the world’s largest online gambling markets.

“Our strategy going forward is to now secure additional licences in other key regulated markets with the objective being to provide as many operators and their customers with access to our innovative and exciting jackpot games as possible.

“Our games and platforms have been built to be flexible and customisable, allowing us to easily ensure they meet the rules and regulations in each of the markets we target. The UK is a significant market for us and the wider industry, and we are thrilled to have been given the green light to enter the fray."


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