MRG Gets Two Swedish Licenses

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Online betting site MRG announced this week that they've been granted two gaming licenses in Sweden ahead of the country's liberalization of online betting, effective January 1st, 2019.

The licenses will allow Mr Green, Redbet, Bertil, MamaMiaBingo, and Vinnarum to provide their betting services to customers within Sweden, making it the 13th regulated market that the company has expanded to. The company currently holds licenses in the UK, Malta, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Denmark, Ireland, and more. The company is well-regarded for their large game libraries for sites, fast payouts, and reasonable management.

In a press release MRG spoke about the licensing, stating: "We welcome the Swedish regulation and are looking forward to offering a superior experience in our Green Gaming environment, says Per Norman, CEO of MRG. We are especially happy about the strong emphasis on responsible gaming in the Swedish regulation since Green Gaming has been part of our strategy since the start of the company ten years ago."

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21 December 2018 - 3:12pm

Quite huge news that for MRG and their subsidiary casinos I could imagine as Sweden seems to be the second largest gambling market in Europe behind UK and that would it be a great announcement for any of the gambling brands out there.