Nolimit City Awarded UK B2B License

The Swedish games studio Nolimit City (NC) has achieved an important milestone. Indeed, The UK Gambling Commission has awarded it with the coveted UK B2B license. The sought-after certificate allows the company to operate in the UK market. In other words, the developer can now provide its services to all British operators. And, of course, its awesome slot games to all British players.

Nolimit City Awarded UK B2B LicenseProof Of Reputation

In fact, the new license means a huge step for the premium games developer. The Stockholm-based company doesn’t only produce unique game content.

In essence, it’s also a casino software supplier. And so, the reach of the UK license awakes great expectations. Also, it marks a massive milestone in its evolution as a top casino provider. According to NC, it proves the reputation of the provider achieved on other markets.

Besides, it also shows the studio’s strong will to supply the best content on offer. In addition, NC also respects all market regulations in each jurisdiction. In total, all these aspects enable them to expand in what is one of the most established markets in the world, the UK.

A Thorough Process

It’s a well-known fact that the Commission applies a detailed inspection of every applicant. In fact, the watchdog carries out this thorough process with both its B2B and B2C aspirants. And so, the approval at the end of the process has a strong impact on their growth and expansion.

As a result, NC can now ink future deals with top-tier brands looking for engaging new content. And the supplier is more than aware of the importance of its new UK license.

“We geared up for this moment. We can’t believe the day is finally here. The UK Online Casino market is one of the most respected in the industry. And it comes with the iconic UK facing operators. They’re already queuing up for our games!” said the Director of Commercial Operations Malcolm Mizzi. So, stay tuned Britain, it looks like NC will be flooding the market with their excellent games in 2019.