SkillOnNet has gained approval to offer its range of online slots in Germany after receiving a licence from the nation’s regulator, de Glücksspielbehörde.
With this licence, which covers all SkillOnNet brands, the company will initially focus on delivering content to the country’s players through DrueckGluek.de, its German-facing gaming site.
“Germany is a huge market with a massive audience for slots. Having the official German licence means SkillOnNet players will be part of a fully regulated experience, feeling more confident, safe and secure, many for the first time,” stated Michael Golembo at SkillOnNet.
“It’s also a recognition that we meet the high standards of the German licensing regime and are prepared to work with regulators to meet those standards, reinforcing that responsible gaming is the cornerstone of everything we do.”
DrueckGluek has been operating in Germany since 2015, under a licence from the state of Schleswig-Holstein. After meeting the requirements of the Interstate Treaty on Gambling, the SkillOnNet subsidiary can continue to operate in the nation’s new regulatory regime.
Projected to be ‘a household name for online slots in the country’, DrueckGluek boasts a large German player base and also sponsors second division Bundesliga side, Holstein Kiel.
Meeting the requirements of Germany’s regulatory body has continued a busy time of year for the gaming company, following a deal with Playson to integrate its title into SkillOnNet’s igaming platform.