New Jersey-based gaming supplier High 5 Games (H5G) has been awarded a Remote Gaming Licence by the Gibraltar Gambling Commission, allowing it to expand its operations into regulated European markets.

By securing a licence for its newly-formed subsidiary High 5 Games (Gibraltar) Limited, the supplier will be able to launch a range of its premium slot content via its VAULT Remote Gaming Server (RGS), with more than 100 games to be made available to Gibraltar licensees.

H5G confirmed that it is now preparing to announce additional deals with UK-based platforms and online casino operators in the coming weeks.

The company has been working on establishing itself in the jurisdiction over the past few months, setting up an office and hiring a team, having its games certified by independent testing body eCOGRA, agreeing an equipment supply deal from British Telecom and signing a contract with Continent 8 Technologies for hosting services.

H5G chief executive Tony Signer said that securing a Gibraltar remote gaming licence is a way to ensure that casino operators can obtain content for their casino properties and online casinos directly from his company.

“This provides us with ownership over the distribution of our content and technology solutions, and is a streamlined way to bring our products and services to growing markets in regulated jurisdictions,” Singer added.

Its Gibraltar licence further aids the supplier’s expansion, with the company now online in New Jersey with Gamesys and Tropicana and Caesars Interactive.