Swedish Gambling Authority, Lotteriinspektionen, has issued 28 new licences to various different operators across the gambling industry, since it was announced that the country would officially become iGaming-friendly. That said, numerous online casinos will be allowed to bring their operations as long as they are willing to secure a licence in this country.
28 iGaming Operators to Launch in 2019
Lotteriinspektionen, managed to issue 28 licences recently, since it was officially announced that Sweden would become iGaming-friendly. That way, various popular brands in the iGaming industry, (from Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) to 888), will be coming to Sweden by the end of the year. These top-class online casino brands include but are not limited to:
Of course, all companies had to meet series of legal criteria in order to fulfil the regulatory requirements.
GIG Steal the Limelight
Gunnar Lind, president and CEO of Cherry Casino, said: “Although, the licence applications have involved a considerable amount of work, we are convinced that the Swedish regulations provide better conditions for gaming operators, our customers as well as for us as a company and therefore also for our shareholders.”
GiG proudly announce they secured two licences for the re-regulated market.
GiG has secured two licences for the re-regulated market - one to cover in-house brands Rizk Casino, Guts Casino, Highroller Casino, Thrills Casino, Kaboo Casino and Betspin Casino, while the other will cover white label customers. GiG chief executive Robin Reed explained: “GiG embraces a safe and trusted iGaming environment and will continue investing in technology and people to be at the forefront of responsible gaming.”
Sweden Keeps Issuing Licences
Elsewhere, 888 Sweden, Betfair International and Paf Consulting have each been awarded licences for online and betting in Sweden. AG Communications, Betspawn AB, Blue Star Planet, BS Nordic, Cerberus Technology, MT Secure Trade, Multibrand Gaming, United Lottery Solutions and Zecure Gaming have each been awarded licences for online and betting.
Lotteriinspektionen will put some extra hours during the holidays in order to process the remaining applications.
As iGamingBusiness.com reported, the regulator’s office will put some extra hours during the holidays in order to process the remaining applications to launch in the re-regulated market next month. So far, the Lotteriinspektionen has awarded 57 licences.