Amatic Industries GmbH, a leading manufacturer and supplier of premium gaming solutions, has been given the green light to market its range of online games from its Amanet division in Spain.

Netherlands-based iGaming test institute NMi managed the extensive process that led to the approval of the gaming license, which resulted in all areas of the Austria-headquartered firm’s online gaming being authorized within the Spanish jurisdiction.

Twenty-seven online games in total are now available to be played in the blossoming Spanish online gaming market. Among the well-known titles that are available are Bells on Fire, Arising Phoenix, and Diamond Cats.

According to Amatic Industries, which was incorporated in 1993 and has been operating successfully in the international casino and gambling market for over 20 years, each online game was thoroughly tested to ensure compliance with Spanish iGaming laws. All of the games tested reportedly passed the entire procedure “without effort”.

Commenting on the new license, Tatjana Bauer-Engstberger, Amatic’s online gaming manager, said that the company is very respected in the Spanish land-based market and “For many years we have continuously placed our focus on providing the best gaming solutions for players in Spain,” according to gaming industry website, Totally Gaming.

The licensing news comes on the heels of the announcement last month by Amatic regarding the integration of Amanet video slots into Maltese operator Rabbit Entertainment’s online casino platform, Lapalingo.com. The online news portal cites Bauer-Engstberger, saying, “The Amanet brand name was established in 2015 to replace Amatic Online Games.” And that, “Amanet games have proven their popularity and this, together with our strong reputation in the land-based gaming, are sufficient factors for online providers to offer Amanet games.”

Director at Amatic Industries, Leopold Oller, reportedly said, “We have been going from strength to strength in Spain for long time. In addition to our constant growth in the land-based sector, the launch of our games in the Spanish online market is the next logical step for further success.”

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