The company AMATIC Industries has recently announced that its gaming package was finally approved by another important jurisdiction. The package of games by AMANET, which is one of AMATIC’s subdivisions, was approved by the UK Gambling Commission and now is widely available on the territory of Great Britain.

AMANET is a special subdivision of Amatic specializing in development of online casino games. As a matter of fact, AMANET is just an online version of Amatic.

AMANET’s gaming portfolio includes a wide range of popular video games, board games, video poker, blackjack, etc. All of them are beautifully designed and are very appealing in terms of the gameplay. Another important fact is that the said company provides only licensed online casino content, as long as reputation is of paramount importance for this provider.

“Similarly to Spain, where our games have been recently approved, the British market is of paramount importance for us and we’ve been actively working on this market for quite a while. Our brand MULTI GAME has already got a name in this country along with our slots and roulette digital solutions. Taking into account all of the mentioned above, a license by the UKGC is a huge step forward for all of us”, - commented Tatiana Bauer - Engstberger, manager at AMATIC.

One of the first companies that gained a right to issue a license to AMANET in Great Britain is N-Serve Limited, a Maltese company specializing in mobile and board games for online casinos. N-Serve develops and distributes online gaming content for AMATIC.

Ivan Camilleri, the managing director at N-Serve Limited, added:

“Games by AMATIC are quite popular on the British market. Expansion of the product line to its online version and getting a license from one of the most influential gaming commissions is a cornerstone for our company. Another important strategy for us is provision of regulated markets with AMATIC’s products. It will be definitely a huge step towards introduction of AMANET’s content to B2B businesses”.

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