Micro-game hailed a “milestone” in its ongoing regulated market expansion strategy, as the online gaming provider details its entry into the Netherlands.
A first group of Microgaming customers, including a state-owned gaming operator Dutch lottery and its casino brand Toto, were among the first group to receive Dutch remote gaming licenses before opening last week, and are now live with the provider’s content.
This sees over 200 exclusive Microgaming titles becoming available in the market through the company’s aggregation platform, including new and old online slots, as well as a range of progressive jackpot titles.
Additionally, the provider’s range of content is complemented by a selection of over 60 partner games from Inspired, Spearhead Studios, Oryx Gaming and Stakelogic, with a range of titles from Spinstars expected to join them in the not too distant future.
Julie Allison, Director of Markets at Microgaming, explained: “This decision represents another important step in the continued expansion of Microgaming in the main regulated markets.
“The Netherlands offers a wealth of opportunities for Microgaming and our customers, and we look forward to supporting their growth in the country for years to come.
“Responsible gaming being at the heart of everything we do, we welcome the comprehensive and forward-thinking approach of the new player protection legislation. “
Last week, Dutch regulator Ksa confirmed the top ten entrants allowed to operate in the country’s long-awaited legalized online gambling market opening, which took place at midnight on Friday, October 1.
This saw Nederlandse Loterij’s Toto Online brand joined by the Dutch arcade group FPO Netherlands; Holland Casino; and NSUS Malta, who counts GGPoker as part of his stable; by obtaining approvals.
Other participants included Estonia Play north, operator of Rocket casino and Pikakasino brands, bingo operator Raffle, bet365; belgian brand Bingoal, Italy Betent; and LiveScore Malta.