Slots developer Pragmatic Play is now able to operate in both Spain and Portugal after being certified in both markets.
The Spanish Directorate General for the Regulation of Gambling (DGOJ) and Portuguese Gambling Inspection and Regulation Service (SRIJ) both approved the company’s online games for distribution.
The company said the approvals are the latest step in Pragmatic Play’s plans for international growth, having gone live in Denmark with operator Vera&John in August.
Yossi Barzely, head of business development at Pragmatic Play, said: “We’re very proud to have been given the green light in Spain and Portugal as we look to expand worldwide.
“It represents another breakthrough for Pragmatic Play and highlights our commitment to our European expansion in regulated markets.
“We’re certain that our existing suite of games and forthcoming titles will prove to be just as popular with players in both countries as they have been elsewhere.”
The company was also granted permission to distribute content in the long-established UK market in April and the Bahamas in May. This complements its existing licences in Malta, Italy, and Romania.