SOFTSWISS Game Aggegator now certified for Spain
The game content aggregation software has passed a technical and security certification to offer services in the regulated market of Spain.
Press release.- After having passed a technical and security certification, SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator will be able to offer its services in the Spanish regulated market.
The Game Aggregator went through a security audit conducted by Asensi Technologies, a DGOJ-accredited testing company, and certification laboratory. As part of the audit, Asensi tested each individual technical integration with a game provider entity.
Certification by Asensi and the DGOJ (Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego), Spain’s main regulatory authority for land-based and online gambling, means that the Game Aggregator can now offer services to licensed gaming entities in Spain.
For local operators in Spain, an integration with a game developer or studio normally means passing a similar security audit and acquiring certification. Therefore the more game providers the operator wishes to add, the more time and resources they have to spend on every single integration.
With the latest certification, the Game Aggregator will be able to offer all gaming content as part of a single integration, where the local operator only needs to secure one certificate – between their online gaming entity and the Game Aggregator.
“The move towards regulated markets has been on our radar for a while. The Game Aggregator already offers games for regulated markets Estonia, Greece, Latvia, Romania, Serbia, Ukraine and international ones such as Curacao, Isle of Man, and Malta. We are pleased to be adding Spain to that list. Spain is known as a very demanding market from the point of view of its regulatory framework, both for operators and software suppliers like ourselves. What we want to do is make the lives of operators easier by getting all gaming content from one game hub” said Tatyana Kaminskaya, Head of Game Aggregator at SOFTSWISS.
The Game Aggregator will soon be sharing more news about the first client to go live on the regulated gaming market of Spain.
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