Amatic Industries is actively exploring the space of online casinos in Europe - the brand was recently issued a Belarusian license. Now online-casino Belarus will receive unique content.
The Belarusian online casino market has been "printed" by the Austrian Amatic Industries - a manufacturer of virtual slots and creative software received a local license. The Austrians were the first to begin the development of the "site", legalized by the republic last April.
The Belarusian press, commenting on the arrival of Amatic, writes: in recent years, the developer of gambling content has been demonstrating a rapid conquest of virtual markets. Having started the business by supplying software to land-based casinos, the company began to implement the ideas demanded by online casinos. A number of land-based casinos practice launching Amatic games from real halls. The main array of games is HTML5-format, playable by any computers, mobile devices.
Amatic also comments on the “Belarusian breakthrough”: the management is proud of the debut in the Belarusian direction. The brand's games are expanding into more and more virtual space. All jurisdictions generate positive reviews.
The news is spread by world publications, reminding: Amatic has recently begun to develop the Spanish iGaming market, providing online casino owners with about 30 of the most famous "world of gambling" games. Among them are Diamond Cats, Fruit Box, All Ways Fruits. All Amatic products are high-quality, modern content that develops the players' mindset, promising a huge variety of topics and bonuses. The brand's developers “feel” the theme of the games demanded by the market. By the way, the supply of games to real casinos helped to reveal the aspirations of the Spanish audience.
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