Spearhead Studios lands Dutch certification

By Gambling Insider

Developer Spearhead Studios will enter the Dutch market after securing certification.

The studio, launched by EveryMatrix in 2019, will bring its proprietary casino content and remote game server (RGS) platform to the country, as well as content from several other developers via distribution agreements, including titles from Armadillo Studios, Funfair Games, JVL and Lady Luck Games.

With an estimated value of €1.1bn ($1.25bn) by 2024, the Netherlands’ online gambling market is set to become a lucrative space for operators and suppliers alike.

Spearhead’s Managing Director Mathias Larsson commented on this, saying: “Spearhead Studios and our partners are always quick to enter new and profitable markets.

“We are currently present in 14, and we are always looking for the next opportunity to expand our reach.

“The Dutch market shows significant interest for our games, and we are ready to capitalise on that by getting certified in the region.”

Alongside the Netherlands, Spearhead is certified in Denmark, Sweden, the three Baltic states, Belarus, Romania, Croatia, Malta, Spain and the UK.

It also boasts a presence in Latin America, with certification in Colombia, and is currently looking to gain a foothold in the US via New Jersey.

The studio bills itself as “one of the fastest-growing gaming suppliers in the industry” with an average of eight new releases per month.

Alongside its established fare, such as Wild Gold and Lara Jones is Cleopatra 2, Spearhead will soon launch its latest title, John Daly - Spin It And Win It.

This slot game is dedicated to the American pro golfer of the same name, and is slated for release on 3 February.

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