HITSqwad Interactive Gaming given the green light in the UK

Mauritian online casino game developer HITSqwad Interactive Gaming has announced that it is bringing its gambling innovations to the United Kingdom market after receiving a license from the Gambling Commission regulator.

The company, headquartered in Grand Bah, used an official press release issued by European Gaming Media and Events to say that British authorities had granted it a "remote gambling software license" after a period of examination. The company also said it now plans to premiere its first mobile game for the U.K. gambling market "early next year" through an alliance with another developer, Playzido Limited. The casino trods rofus website has reported interest in partnering with HITSqwad.

Significant development:

HITSqwad Interactive Gaming said the United Kingdom is "one of the world's largest online gambling markets," and getting a license from the Gambling Commission is "part of broader plans to launch its cutting-edge jackpot games in major regulated markets around the world." In addition, the company described itself as "an innovative new gaming studio whose goal is to become the leading provider of jackpot games," offering "unparalleled player engagement" through the use of "a number of exciting features to launch each jackpot."

Provocative plan:

Although HITSqwad Interactive Gaming is new to the British iGaming scene, it said it is "run by a team of experienced industry experts" who have worked to identify gaps in the market "for flexible and customizable jackpot games." The company said its eventual portfolio of games would be diverse to allow its member operators to pinpoint the brands and themes most appealing to their customers.

Introductory statement:

Charles Geiser is CEO of HITSqwad Interactive Gaming, and he used a press release to refer to his company's receipt of its first major license as a "landmark moment" that will allow it to begin rolling out a "jackpot theme series." In addition, the CEO claims that each of these themes will "have a family of companion games" that meet the regulatory requirements of any jurisdictions its operating partners may target.

Read Geyser's statement...

"Our strategy going forward is to obtain additional licenses in other key regulated markets in order to provide as many operators and their customers as possible with access to our innovative and exciting jackpot games. Our games and platform have been designed to be flexible and customizable, making it easy for us to ensure compliance in each of the markets we target." The UK is an important market for us and for the entire industry, and we are very pleased to have been given the green light to enter this market."

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