Stockholm-listed Global Gaming has been granted approval to launch its Ninja Casino brand in the regulated Estonian iGaming market.

The Estonian Tax and Customs Board approved the company’s subsidiary Safe Ent to allow the online casino operator to launch in the market.

“The fact that regulated markets accept and approve our solution sends a strong signal,” said Global Gaming chief executive Joacim Möller. “Following our recent licence awarded by the Maltese Gaming Authority (MGA), we continue to evaluate opportunities in other jurisdictions and we are looking forward to launching Ninja Casino in Estonia in the near future.”

Global Gaming chief operating officer Mark Wadsworth added: “Working closely with the regulator gave us an opportunity to show that our solution offers the highest level of responsible gaming by getting a KYC report on each player.”

The Ninja Casino brand will compete against other licensed operators in Estonia including Olympic Casino's Olybet, Tonybet, PokerStars, Paf, bet365 and Unibet among others.

Shares in Global Gaming 555 AB (STO:GLOBAL) were trading up 3.62 per cent at SEK28.60 per share in Stockholm Monday afternoon.

 

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