Casino games developer Spribe gains British licence

Spribe has gained a licence from the Gambling Commission
Spribe has gained a licence from the Gambling Commission

The casino games developer has been awarded with a licence from the Gambling Commission.

UK.- Spribe is to launch its casino games in Britain after gaining a licence from the Gambling Commission.

The licence from the British regulator will allow Spribe to provide its content to operators that also hold a Gambling Commission licence to offer online gambling.

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Spribe, which develops games at its studios in Kyiv, Ukraine, is known for its Turbo Games content, which blends social media and traditional gameplay.

The company, which was founded in 2018, offers skill games and table games including poker, bura, seka, backgammon and domino. 

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Spribe managing partner, David Natroshvili, said: “Securing a UK licence is a milestone moment for Spribe, allowing us to deploy our thrilling, entertaining and unique content to operators in the market for the first time.

“Our games offer something different and have been designed to appeal to the lucrative Millennial player. They have proved to be a big hit in other markets, and we believe they will be just as popular with players in the UK.”

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