High 5 Games Awarded Gibraltar Gaming Licence (update)

Targets regulated European gaming operators

High 5 Games (Gibraltar) Limited, a new wholly owned subsidiary of High 5 Games has been awarded a Gibraltar Gaming Licence by the jurisdiction's authority, the final step in the setup of the company's new office in Gibraltar.

High 5 Games said the company will expand its sales activities to target regulated European gaming operators with a particular focus on Gibraltar-licenced operators.

"Securing a Gibraltar remote gaming license is a way for us to ensure that casino operators can obtain great content for their casino properties directly from H5G," said Tony Singer, chief executive officer of High 5 Games. "This provides us with ownership over the distribution of our content and technology solutions, and is a streamlined way to bring our products and services to growing markets in regulated jurisdictions."

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