by Mateusz Mazur

ESA Gaming Receives Certificate of Suitability to Supply Casino Content in South Africa

Innovative games provider ESA Gaming has achieved a significant milestone by being awarded a Certificate of Suitability from the Western Cape Gambling and Racing Board.

This certificate allows ESA Gaming to provide its array of leading casino content across the province, marking a bold step into the South African market.

ESA Gaming’s Commitment to Africa

ESA Gaming is determined to introduce its lightweight EasySwipe™ portfolio to the African continent. These swift-loading and easy-to-access games are ideally suited for the local market, making them a promising addition to South Africa’s gaming landscape.

A diverse selection of high-performing titles is now accessible to operators in the South African market through local supplier Kiron Interactive. This includes popular games like the Mine series, featuring recently launched titles like Dragon Mine, Pirate Mine, and Goal Mine, as well as modern interpretations of classic casino games such as Roulette and Blackjack.

Expanding Market Presence

The Certificate of Suitability paves the way for ESA Gaming’s latest market entry, following successful growth in countries such as Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, and Zambia over the past year.

Zorica Smallwood, Director at ESA Gaming, expressed her enthusiasm about this development: “South Africa is a market with huge potential, and we’re delighted to receive our Certificate of Suitability to supply our games in the Western Cape. Our EasySwipe™ portfolio of content has been extremely well received in nearby territories such as Kenya and Mozambique, and we’re confident we’ll hit the ground running in South Africa as well.”

ESA Gaming’s receipt of the Certificate of Suitability to supply casino content in South Africa represents a significant step toward expanding its presence in the African gaming industry. With its user-friendly and high-quality games, ESA Gaming aims to contribute to the flourishing South African gaming market.

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