Playojo applies for a permit at Gaming Authority

The Playojo gambling platform is working on a permit application for the Gaming Authority to be able to enter the Dutch online gambling market. This can be read in a message if you visit the Playojo website from the USA. The company hope that the application will be approved later this year.

Plan set in operation

Plaque has been active as a gambling site with a head office in Malta for about five years. Since its foundation, the Online CasiFast payouthas received licenses in United Kingdom, Denmark, and of course Malta itself.

So now Playojo has put the plan into operation to also add the USA to their list by means of A permit application at the KSA. This can be traced back from the next report that players with a Dutch IP address get to see when they visit the website:

JVH gaming & entertainment group

In the very professionally designed message that Playojo has placed, it can be read that the services of the gambling site will return once she has obtained her permit from KSA. Playojo is known for many players as a online Casino With very strong promotions and a wide range of popular games.

There are currently fifteen gambling sites that have received a permit from the KSA to go live in the USA. For example, we recently wrote about JVH Gaming & Entertainment Group who, in addition to Jack’s CasiFast payout& Sports, can now expand their casiFast payoutempire with two new sites thanks to two new permits.

Ten out of fifteen

The most recent platform that has received a permit from the Gaming Authority is in the name of Zebet. However, fans of gambling games are out of luck, because Zebet initially seems to focus exclusively on online sports betting.

But ten of the fifteen gambling sites with a permit from the KSA are actually live at the moment. Three of them are the aforementioned parties with Livescore bet and 777 from the Belgian CasiFast payoutde Spa. However, it is remarkable that LiveScore Bet is still not available as she was one of the first ten games who had already received its permit at the end of September 2021.

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