Gaming Innovation Group approved to offer in-house games

The successes of Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) are adding up. And this time around it’s all about their in-house talent. But also, the platform giant aims to show the rest of the industry that GIG Games is a true contender in game development as well.

Sure the company GIG Games is perhaps new to the industry.  However, it didn’t stop them from getting the seal of approval from the UKGC. In fact, recently the supplier and developer announce they’re in a position to distribute their games to all B2B licence like Rizk, InstaCasino and Thrills.

Skimming the surface

In essence, the new license gives GiG the rights to offer its in-house developed game to all of its white labels. As you know many operators use the MTSecure license and GIG core platform. Until now, using GIG ecosystem had many benefits. And it sure seems that there’s even more to come!

But, offering external operators, that are active on the UK market new and exclusive games, surely is a USP that will attract even more casino operators. Gig has many licenses under its belt already. Also, they recently received an ISO security certificate too.

But adding a B2C distributor license for the group is nothing short of an achievement. In fact, the CEO Robin Reed made a big thing about it in its latest quarterly presentation. He also added that they’re seeking to apply for the B2C Certification in many more European market and US too!

Gaming Innovation Group approved to offer in-house gamesLarson leading the way

Mathias Larsson, GiG Games MD, sure has a lot of experience in game development having led a company in Asia before. So his expertise and vision are valuable for GIG. He recently commented on the newly achieved milestone by saying.

“We are happy to announce this news so early in our journey with GiG Games. Normally, a game provider enters one market at a time. However, with our strength from being a division within GiG’s ecosystem. We are able to enter multiple regulated markets at once.”

He when on and added “Regulated markets are the future of our industry and it is part of our core strategy. The UK casino market is one of the most competitive in Europe. And we are confident our games will be successful.”