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High 5 Games now ready for Denmark

Global slot provider enhances reach in Scandinavia

High 5 Games has received certification for a range of its slots by the Danish Gambling Authority (Spillemyndigheden), further strengthening its presence in the Scandinavian online gaming market.

Operators in the regulated marketplace will now have access to eight releases from H5G’s portfolio, including its current top-performing games Way Out Wilds, Silver Enchantress, Joker’s Riches, Secrets of Forest and Double Da Vinci Diamonds, with more certified games to follow.

H5G enters Denmark

The new Denmark certifications follows the New York based developer’s successful move into the regulated market of Sweden, where its games are now live with the region’s leading operators including Svenska Spel, Kindred Group, LeoVegas and Mr Green.  Having its slots available in Denmark meets H5G’s strategic ambitions to grow its international scale, with the company’s market-leading remote game server, High 5 VAULT, providing direct integrations with operators in new and emerging territories.

Anthony Singer, CEO and Founder of High 5 Games, said: “We’re delighted to have been given the seal of approval by Danish Gambling Authority. Obtaining these certifications will help us to further establish High 5 Games in Scandinavia where our games are already proving a hit in Sweden.  The company’s long-term aim is to have a presence in as many territories all over the world. We’re going to build on our recent momentum and continue to look for further opportunities in the coming months.”

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