Mr. Green Granted UK Licensing

Mr. Green Granted UK Licensing Mr. Green Ltd has been approved for a UK operating license.

Applying for UK licensing was part of Mr. Green's plan to create a presence in regulated European markets and follows its licensing in the Italian market.

"After Italy, the UK is the second market in which Mr. Green has received a local licence. The assessment is that the proportion of revenue from locally regulated markets will rise to considerable levels within a few years," according to a statement made by Mr. Green chief executive Per Norman.

"Mr Green is keen to see more countries implementing regulation that allows more players to conduct operations on equal terms, at the same time as assuming social responsibility for gaming."
  • It's not a secret that British gambling market is a huge one and maybe the restrictions for the gambling operators are less now because many of the companies getting licenses lately. Mr. Green is a very nice casino and the British players could only be happy that will have the chance to play at it. Great news for the casino it self
  • Mr green is great casino and I think that is great thing for them. I think that they can do a lot in UK because they re great casino and UK players will enjoy for sure. I think that all big casinos should have licence for all countries on the world without any problem because I don't see that anything bad can happened with their licence.
  • Smart move on their part. I would have done the same thing . The UK is booming in the gaming industry , they seem to have the least restrictions , what better market to hit up and get your operating license to get a share. Another positive note for UK Gamblers - enjoy, and win big .
  • Everybody thought that the new gambling regulations, especially for off shore operators would create a big, fast exit for previously licensed operators and no chance in hell that new sites would come in knowing they would have to pay their fair share of the UK gambling taxes. But, that hasn't been the case at all. New operators seem to be flocking there in droves to get their operators license and UK players have a wide variety of gambling sites to pick from. Now, Mr. Green wants to throw his hat into the mix. Good for him and great for UK players. I'm just a little jealous........,

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