Online poker provider GGPoker has obtained a German gambling license. Operated by NSUS Malta Ltd, the operator received permission to host online poker on November 25, 2022, from the State Administration Office of Saxony-Anhalt. As with all providers, the permit is initially limited to five years.
NSUS Germany’ Sven Stiel, said: “We are delighted to have gone the long and constructive path with the German authorities. We are now able to offer our high-quality, innovative and secure poker environment officially and legally backed.”
“This is the decisive step towards modern iGaming in Germany under professional and customer-oriented conditions,” he added.
Active in the global Poker and iGaming market since 2017, GGPoker has become the “world’s largest poker room thanks to its innovative approach to poker,” according to the company. As an official sponsor of the WSOP Las Vegas, GGPoker is “the direct link to the world stage of poker,” claims the brand.
In 2020, GGPoker hosted the world record-breaking WSOP Online main event and the WSOP 2020 Main Event. A year later, GGPoker won PokerListing’s ‘Best Poker Software Overall’ award. And in 2022, GGPoker became the world’s largest online poker room and was awarded the Online Poker Operator of the Year Award at the SiGMA Americas Gaming Awards.
The operator offers a range of games and features such as the patented Rush & Cash poker, All-In or Fold, Flip & Go, Spin & Gold, Battle Royale, GGCare & GGCheers, integrated staking platform, SnapCam video messaging, PokerCraft, and Smart HUD, all designed “to enhance gaming experiences and make poker more fun than ever.”