Geogrator Will Become an Exhibitor at Georgia Gambling Conference 2021

Geogrator Will Become an Exhibitor at Georgia Gambling Conference 2021

Geogrator Will Become an Exhibitor at Georgia Gambling Conference 2021

Are you developing slot machines for gambling venues and want to supply your products to the Georgian market without breaking local laws? Geogrator company can help with a solution of this problem, presenting its services at Georgia Gambling Conference 2021 demo zone on April 15.

Geogrator is the first licensed platform for slot machine suppliers in Georgia, helping international slot manufacturers gain a foothold on the local market.

According to the legislation that entered into force on March 1, 2021, only those companies that have local licenses are allowed to work on the territory of Georgia. Both B2B and B2C companies will have to comply with this requirement.

Due to updates in the legislation, many international providers of solutions for the gambling industry that continue to operate in the country have faced problems.

Under these conditions, Geogrator’s goal is to help game developers and providers so that they can operate in Georgia in accordance with all laws. In collaboration with a licensed platform, gaming solution providers will be able to easily operate and establish themselves on one of the fastest growing gambling markets.

Today, such well-known companies as Push Gaming, Elk Studio, Relax Gaming, Habanero and others are already partners of Geogrator.

Look for the Geogrator stand at Georgia Gambling Conference 2021 demo zone! At the event, representatives of the company will be happy to answer all questions and discuss prospects for cooperation.


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