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Play'n GO gets New License from Greek Online Gambling Regulator

Thanks to the new license awarded by the Hellenic Gaming Commission (HGC), players based in Greece can now continue to enjoy playing games offered by Play'n GO, while the brand adheres to newly introduced gaming regulations. Subsequently after several changes were made to gaming regulations, the Greek regulator has begun awarding new supplier licenses to online gambling operators. This will see[...]   Read more » Play'n GO gets New License from Greek Online Gambling Regulator

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its great that greek players will continue to play games from this company,because they are popular in whole world and would be so bad that they cant play games in their country!we can see how this works in eu and probably in near future all countries will ask for this kind of licence and that they will need to pay something to goverment!

     
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A similar thing happened in Romania in 2016, when the national gambling commission began to clean up operators who did not want to pay fees and to receive authorization. It is obvious, that only those who paid the license received permission to operate. Now is fine and Greek neighbors probably did the same with all providers.

     
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we all know how popular are games from play n go company and I also play some of them almost every day,like rise of olympus,moon of princes and so on,so I understand how good is this information for greek players and what this news will bring to them!
hope that in future we will have less restrictions for playing online casino games!

     
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I think Mober the member of this site is happier now, because everything is legalized in Greece and the prizes have become interesting. The Greek community can play well, especially since there is a maximum wagering limit that is not so high. That means an advantage, so that people do not go bankrupt.

     
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play n go is also very active in last year or two and they make new slot almost every week!they make all kind of slots,5 reels,3 reels,megaways,everything and they try to offer players different games!we will will they change something in future or they will stay on this system of games!

     
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I know almost nothing about Play'n GO, but i read their name several times and i found that it is a company that offers games. I don't know their situation in the world top. I can't say how good it is with them. Maybe later, but greek players will know better, after this license paid by this provider.

     
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So how much did the Hellenic Greek Commission took to give the licence , lol Smile Last years so many obstacles to poker rooms , casinos , everyone in Greece , hopefully things are better now than before . Good news this New licence , now players can go on playing these games in Greece , although personally I do not understand why so many licences and fees and taxes etc etc ,

     
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yeah antonis,its real question how much every company need to pay to some country that they can provide their games to domestic sites!we can imagine how much money every company will pay to every goverment,but probably this will be only way if they want to offer players their games!
greece is big country,with big number of players and they will earn this money very soon!

     
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these fees are normal, but they must to fit in the limit which is accepted for any businessman in Greece. Every man pays taxes and companies must do the same. Legality is important, if it is beneficial for all 3 parties ( staff, players and game providers ( through casinos, poker rooms etc...).

     
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