Denmark Is Set To Be The New Destination For High 5 Games

6 Jul 2019

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The next upcoming software provider is set to enhance its reach all the way to Scandinavia. On the 24th June 2019 in New York City, High 5 Games, also known as H5G, is slowly becoming the gaming industry’s top contender in the race to become one of the best casino providers online. Its licensing from the Danish Gambling Authority has already helped it grow exponentially within the country.

High 5 Games has become exceedingly large across multiple different fields such as mobile, online and social areas. They have already gained over 17 million users and continue to grow thanks to new developments such as casino apps or more niche markets with new and exclusive progressive slots. They have offices in both New York and other places such as Gibraltar, London, Kansas City and New Jersey.

Thanks to this new authorization, the provider has already set into motion to become a new contender in the Sweden market, with many games now already live. The portfolio of work it has presented with top games has created a dazzling first impression for their new locations. This portfolio includes popular titles such as Way Out Wilds, the Silver Enchantress, Joker’s Riches, Secrets of Forest and many more certified successes. Many of which have created wonderful attractions with themes set around the beautiful culture of the country they wish to gain partnership with.

The CEO and Founder of High 5 Games, Anthony Singer, explains how delighted he is with being given the goal to move forward thanks to the DGA. According to him, these licences and certifications will prove to become useful in moving forward. The games themselves are already proving to be immensely popular in the Swedish online establishments. The true objective of the company is to one day develop a foothold in many areas all over the world building the pace so that new opportunities will become available when ready, he concludes.

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