Online casino and sportsbook operator ComeOn, a subsidiary of the Cherry Group, has embarked upon a further European expansion.

Coming days after the group took its Galaksino brand to the Finnish market, ComeOn has been granted a Danish gaming license for its casino and sportsbook products.

ComeOn, which already holds gaming licenses in Sweden, Malta, Schleswig-Holstein and United Kingdom as well as a sports betting licence in Poland, has now also been granted a license for its casino and sportsbook products in Denmark, with the five year issuance representing the maximum length available by the Danish Gambling Authority.

The organisations extensive igaming and sportsbook portfolio boasts a number of brands, including Casinostugan, CherryCasino, EuroLotto, Folkeautomaten, GetLucky, Hajper, Mobilautomaten, Mobilebet, NorgesSpill, Snabbare and Suomikasino.

Lahcene Merzoug, CEO at ComeOn, commented: “We are thrilled to be able to offer the Danish players our products and services. We have been preparing for this for quite some time and we have some really interesting things coming up.”

Last week Galaksino become the group’s second pay and play entity live in Finland after Nopeampi, which was launched in May last year, with it subsequently following its sister brands lead through the offer of fast withdrawals and “casino play without time-consuming registration”.

Lauded as a secure and easy to use pay and play service, ComeOn emphasises that the full know your customer solution on every deposit allows customers to play casino instantaneously, without having to go through a time-consuming registration process, with the withdrawal process “one of the fastest in the market”.

Merzoug said at the time: “Following the launch of successful pay and play brands like Snabbare.com, Hajper.com, Blitzino.com and Nopeampi.com, we are happy to be able to bring yet another exciting brand to the Finnish audience. 

“With Galaksino.com we hope to cater for a larger portion of the Finnish market, with a brand that will be different in both experience and marketing concepts.”