Expansion is the name of the game when it comes to companies specializing in creating content for the gaming industry. There are a number of different players in the game in what has turned into a very competitive industry. However, the cream continues to rise to the top with the true innovators driving this expansion and growth.
GameArt has positioned itself as a trailblazer in the field of slot games development. It is also starting to rapidly expand its presence with casino operators in new regulated markets. A recent post on the company website details its plans for entry into the regulated Spanish casino gambling market.
See How GameArt Achieves Certification in Spain
In a March 20 announcement, the DGOJ awards GameArt. Furthermore, they award them with certification by the Spanish Directorate General for the Regulation of Gambling (DGOJ). Ultimately, this gives the company more permission. Moreover, they can offer their entire portfolio of games throughout the country as a regulated market.
The highly respected UK-based Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) was retained for the certification process. This means that GameArt’s offerings were thoroughly evaluated by GLI. It also means that its slots games successfully met the most exacting standards in the gaming industry. The extensive certification process is one of the requirements of the DGOJ. This is the official regulatory and governing body for the Spanish gaming industry.
GameArt CEO Maja Lozej weighed in of this recent development as follows:
“With the Spanish gaming market going from strength-to-strength, we are delighted to be able to offer players there the chance to experience some of the world’s most exciting and innovative slots. Gaining the certification also once again demonstrates that GameArt is creating compliant games that meet the most stringent international standards.”
The expectations for this new market expansion are running high. GameArt can offer an expanding portfolio of slots to an eager Spanish market that should produce a win-win for all parties involved. This is just one of the first moves towards market expansion in what should remain a busy year for GameArt.
The company’s latest release, Circus of Horror has already been received with rave reviews. It should also gain wide-scale appeal given its immersive gameplay. This is coupled with “atmospheric graphics and a chilling soundtrack” according to this company report.
One of the company’s more recent collaborations has been with BetFlag. This is a leading Italian betting and gaming operator. Earlier this year, the two parties came together to form this distribution partnership. Under the terms of this arrangement, BetFlag now has access to GameArt’s portfolio of 40 different slots games.
Yes, All the games are high-quality offerings in an HMTL5 format.
Along with Circus of Horror, BetFlag’s network of players can test their luck skills on some of the biggest company hits such as:
- Night at KTV
- Joan of Arc
- Flaming Reels
- Money Farm 2
Indeed, this small sampling is at the top of the list. However, they include every title in this arrangement. Also, the companies receive it well. Ultimately, both parties agree that this is just the first step in what should be a long and highly productive partnership.
• Source: GameArt Awarded Spanish GLI Certification From Gameart.net On March 20, 2019.