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Gaming designer Quickspin has announced that they've been granted a license to operate in their native Sweden ahead of the country's liberalization of online betting that will take effect on January 1st of next year.
The license will allow for Quickspin to provide their games to casino operators, who can then offer the games to customers. Of course, all of the casinos will also need to hold gaming licenses as well. Quickspin currently has released 30 games, and the titles have achievements, and tournaments available on the backend. Quickspin titles currently number 30, and future games are in the pipeline for release.
Speaking about the licensing Quickspin CEO Daniel Lindberg shared: "Being one of the first slots to go live with Swedish players is incredibly exciting for us. As well as being our home market, we have been preparing for this opportunity with our operating partners since August this year - and are delighted to have first-mover advantage.
"We live and breathe slots and are especially proud of our Swedish origins. Our mission is to create games that players love, and we're looking forward to bringing our games home as soon as the year begins."