2020 brings exciting news for Yggdrasil Gaming as they join the Swedish Gambling Association. The innovative online slots and gaming solutions provider has been granted a membership to the Swedish trade group SPER. This means they can now promote a healthy, safe and sustainable gambling environment in the year old regulated market.
Yggdrasil Gaming to Promote Healthy Gambling
The SPER represents the licensed gambling market throughout Sweden and it currently has a growing number of members who are committed to acting in a responsible and ethical manner. Thanks to the new membership, Yggdrasil Gaming can now proudly be a part of this too.
Members of the SPER have to agree to following common responsible gambling and marketing guidelines. They pledge to a code of ethics that ensures maximum player protection that forms an integral part of their day to day operations.
Yggdrasil Gaming has been granted a membership to join the Swedish Gambling Association to promote a healthy and safe gambling environment.
The SPER also provides a platform for all their members to discuss industry best practice and challenges. They can even discuss issues and learn from each other as and when needed.
The association which was first founded back in 2020 now proudly boasts 20 current members which happens to include both online casinos and suppliers that are licensed in Sweden. This is following the opening of the online market in the region since January 2019.
Speaking about the new membership Fredrik Elmqvist who is the CEO of Yggdrasil, said: “As an industry leader, we always strive to act in a responsible manner, and industry collaboration is needed to achieve the highest standards to ensure players are protected.”
He also added “Social responsibility is an important part of our work at Yggdrasil and by joining SPER we are committing to ensuring that the Swedish gambling market is both safe and sustainable.”
Jenny Nilzon who is the CEO at SPER also added: “We are thrilled to welcome Yggdrasil as a supplier member and to further grow our network as it is more important than ever for all industry stakeholders to cooperate and ensure consumer protection is in focus.”