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Casino betting platform group Finnplay announced this week that they've obtained a Swedish license that will allow the company to provide their games to casino partners when the market liberalizes on Tuesday.
The licensing will allow Finnplay to distribute their games to operators that also hold Swedish licenses, which can then offer the games to players. Finnplay has headquarters in Helsinki and Malta, and also holds licenses in Malta, UK, Belgium, Hungary, Bulgaria, Mexico and Curacao.
Commenting on the licensing Finnplay CEO Martin Prantner said, "We're delighted to have passed the stringent criteria required to supply operators in the fast-growing re-regulated Swedish market. As a Nordic-based business, we are looking forward to offering our hand-crafted technology to existing operators or those brands looking to enter the Swedish iGaming market given our years of local market expertise and sector knowledge.
"The Finnplay business strategy continues to be one of that ensures regulatory technical platform compliance in order to maximize future market growth opportunities in which we can offer our international client operators a complete serviced gaming platform for the key regulated EU markets, which includes the United Kingdom, Malta, Denmark, Romania and now Sweden, with a full platform stack of licensed product verticals across the entire clients' business requirements."