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Gaming group Synot revealed this week that it's been granted a Swedish gaming license, allowing the company to provide their casino games to operators in the country.
The licensing will see Synot able to provide their library of 40 games to operators in the country, who can then offer the games to customers. The company also has a license in Malta, and work to provide games in several European countries.
Commenting on the license Synot CEO Ivan Kodaj said, "We are happy to announce that we have successfully completed all legal requirements in order to enter this significant market.
"We can't wait to introduce our games to Swedish players through existing and also new acclaimed operators."