Realistic Games Prepares for Dutch Launch with New Certification

Realistic Games, a distinguished developer of casino content, has achieved a pivotal milestone in its global expansion efforts by obtaining certification for a selection of its premier titles for the Netherlands market. This development is a key component of the company’s strategy to enhance its international footprint.

The certification encompasses several of Realistic Games’ most acclaimed titles, including Book of Charms, Catch 22, and Book of Midas. These games are renowned for their innovative gameplay, compelling features, and superior production quality, making them highly anticipated by the Dutch igaming audience.

Furthermore, the certification extends to over 30 additional titles from the extensive Realistic Games portfolio. This selection includes classic games that have consistently resonated with Dutch players, ensuring a broad appeal upon launch.

This certification in the Netherlands follows Realistic Games’ recent successful entry into the Romanian market, underscoring the company’s ongoing commitment to expanding its presence in regulated igaming markets globally. The Dutch market entry represents not only a significant step into a new territory but also signals Realistic Games’ continued growth and adaptability in the international igaming landscape.

Jaana Repo, Senior Account Manager at Realistic Games, said: “We are excited to have so many of our internationally recognised titles certified in the Netherlands. It’s a market that offers amazing potential and our upcoming games roadmap and existing portfolio provide a comprehensive and diverse array of entertainment experiences that we are confident will appeal to Dutch players.

“As a company, we are going from strength to strength, with a renewed focus on mechanical ingenuity, visual fidelity and entertainment being at the heart of what we produce. With our launch into the Netherlands now imminent, we’re looking forward to getting started with our first batch of partners.”

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