planetwin365 targets Spanish product launch within next 4 months

Thomas Smallwood
Thomas Smallwood

Austrian bookmaker SKS365 Group GmbH has announced that it will target a Spanish online betting and gaming product within four months, having been awarded its Spanish igaming operating license.

SKS365 Group, the owner of the international sports betting and gaming brand planetwin365, confirmed that it had  formally received Spanish national online licenses for betting and gaming operations, which are effective immediately as of June 2nd. The company had applied for the Spanish licenses in late 2014 and is preparing to launch its online offer on

The internationally expanding Austrian bookmaker SKS365 Group operates online and land-based services under its brand planetwin365, with a network of betting shops already present in Austria, Italy, Serbia, Montenegro, Romania and Belgium. The company had just acquired 1000 licenses for sports betting shops in Italy earlier this year and began to expand into Montenegro with a local retail partner last month.

Thomas Smallwood, CEO of SKS365 Group, commented: “planetwin365 is on a clear path of expansion across regulated European markets. I am very happy that we can now bring our successful proprietary sportsbook to Spain. We will take the time to ensure perfect technical integration and offer our full top-quality product to Spanish customers. We are seeing the great popularity of our product in other European countries and are confident that our investment in Spain will also prove worthwhile.”

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