Ninja Casino coming to Estonia
Swedish online portal operator, Global Gaming, has announced that players in Estonia will soon be able to enjoy access to its Ninja Casino brand after the Estonian Tax and Customs Board granted a license to its Safe Ent Limited subsidiary.
License to cover PayNPlay service:
According to an official press release published by European Gaming Media and Events, the license also covers the Malmo-based iGaming operator’s PayNPlay service, which allows online gaming aficionados to register and play without the need to complete tedious and time-consuming registration forms.
Extensive selection to be on offer:
Global Gaming stated that its Ninja Casino online portal already features over 200 of the latest video slots such as NetEnt’s first platinum offering, Gonzo’s Quest and Starburst from leading developers including NetEnt AB and Play’n Go. It declared that the domain also offers progressive jackpot slots like Mega Fortune and the Viking-inspired, Hall of Gods as well as a range of live-dealer table games.
Chief Operating Officer for Global Gaming, Mark Wadsworth, said in the official press release:
“Working closely with the regulator gave us an opportunity to show that our solution offers the highest level of responsible gaming by getting a know-your-customer report on each player.”
Award has sent a ‘strong signal’:
Global Gaming is moreover responsible for the Viking Slots, Finnish-focused Kotikasino, NettiCasino and Mr Spil brands while its Chief Executive Officer, Joacim Moller, proclaimed that the decision by the Estonian Tax and Customs to license Ninja Casino and its PayNPlay service had sent ‘a strong signal’.
Moller’s statement read:
“Following our recent license awarded by the Malta Gaming Authority, we continue to evaluate opportunities in other jurisdictions and we are looking forward to launching Ninja Casino in Estonia in the near future.”