Provider Wazdan has been granted a B2B supplier licence to operate in Sweden following the implementation of new guidelines by the Swedish Gambling Authority (SGA) Spelinspektionen.
The SGA has also granted approval to Blueprint Gaming to provide online games.
The new regulations, which go into effect on 1 July 2023, mandate that organisations that distribute content in the country must now own a gaming software permit.
With more than 100 games including 9 Coins, Hot Slot: 777 Rubies and Hot Slot: Mystery Jackpot Joker accessible alongside features like Hold the Jackpot, Wazdan’s position in the Nordic market is being further boosted by the licence.
Furthermore, Wazdan currently holds more than 20 licences and certifications globally, from New Jersey to the Netherlands.
Michal Imiolek, CEO at Wazdan, said: “We’re delighted to have been granted a B2B supplier permit by the Swedish Gambling Authority and we thank them for a swift, smooth process. It also serves as a testament to the consistent hard work of our Compliance team.
“The Nordic market is an important one for us and we’ve been an active supplier in the region for some time, so we’re excited to be able to keep entertaining Swedish players for years to come.”
In the Nordic region, Blueprint content includes games like Rise of Atlantis and Bison Rising Megaways.
Thomas O’Halleran, Director of Operations at Blueprint Gaming, said: “Sweden is an important territory for Blueprint, so we’re naturally delighted to ensure our continued commitment to supply games to this region.
“This new approval allows us to continue our growth and development of content that Swedish players will continue to enjoy and return to.”
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