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Strive Gaming’s Temporary Vendor Major License was approved after having received a unanimous vote from the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission. This approval represents the first step in the company’s plans to officially launch in the US market.
Being the first US state licence approval, it is of high importance for Strive Gaming, as it brings the group one step closer to its plan of pursuing licence approvals all over the US and Canada markets.
The company has also recently announced the achievement of GLI-33 certification, which further emphasises its commitment to the US and Canada market.
Damian Xuereb, President and CCO of Strive Gaming, said: “We have fantastic momentum at the moment, overdelivering on every single promise we’ve made internally and externally.
“Our Colorado licence is a great and first step toward becoming licensed in many more states and it is a clear message to the market that Strive Gaming is exceptionally ready and open for business in the US and Canada.”
The company’s arrival into the market is marked by zero technology debt, a 100% focus solely on the North American market and a team ready to fully focus on the new market and its first partners
Strive Gaming claims it brings to market “a leading technology PAM with a unique value driver in its infinity rules engine.”
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