Delasport Sets Sights on Danish Expansion

Delasport has announced that it has been awarded a Danish iGaming platform and sportsbook certification. It means that the company is approved by Spillemyndigheden and is given the right to offer its online casino, player account management, and sports betting solutions in the Danish market.

It is good news for Delasport's operating partners in Denmark, who will now be able to take advantage of the company's sportsbook solution, which covers more than 125 sports, 70,000 pre-match and 40,000 monthly live events, and more than 2,000 markets.

Similarly, its casino solution offers more than 3,000 titles, including slots, jackpot games, card and table games, and live dealer titles, from more than 50 providers.

The group has described the certification as a "milestone" in its strategy of market availability explaining in a statement that the company is working hard to expand quickly on a global scale and provide its existing partners with greater market access.

The statement explained that its product offering includes "an extensive functionality stack with bet-builder, cash-out and partial cash-out, personal trader (with the ability to talk to a trader), quick bet suggestions, and personalization features such as geolocation and personal favorites; all integrated with intelligent gamification tools such as multiplayer tournaments, missions, badges and more."

Oren Cohen Shwartz Delasport CEO

We are all happy to be entering the Danish market and demonstrating once again our commitment to our market's availability strategy. Delasport's existing partners can now expand into the Danish market, and we are already on track to gain additional new partners in Denmark. Danish players and bettors will soon be able to enjoy a higher-level of betting experience powered by our market-ready casino and sports betting solutions.

Oren Cohen ShwartzDelasport CEO

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