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Aland Island based gaming firm Paf has been granted a Swedish gaming license, which will let the operator provide their games to punters within the country legally beginning January 1st.
The licensing was approved by the Swedish Gambling Authority and will allow the popular Paf to offer their casino games to punters in the country. Paf had previously been offering their online games in the country without a license, but now that the country is going regulated, they're keen to be on the right side of the law in order to avoid being blacklisted.
Paf was opened in 1974 and began initially offering ferry cruises for punters in the area, before expanding to online games in the Nordic regions.
Speaking about the licensing Paf CEO Christer Fahlstedt said, "As a Swedish CEO of a genuinely Nordic gaming company I am proud and excited. Gambling regulation will put all the operators in Sweden on equal terms. This licence will reward our deep commitment to customer care and our strong local knowledge. Paf excels at the sort of sustainable growth a regulated market demands."
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