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Gaming developer Playson has been deemed to be fully compliant with Sweden's online betting regulations, and can now offer up their games to licensed operators in the country.
Playson has been deemed to be compliant for the rules spelled out by the country's regulator Spelinspektionen, specifically the sections in Chapter 4, Chapter 5 and Chapter 6 of LIFS 2018:8. The company has more than 50 video slots that they've put out, including Solar Queen, God of Wild Sea, and Crystal Land.
Playson Compliance Manager Liubomyr Bedratiuk spoke about the deal, noting: "Sweden is an important market for us and to have our offering made fully compliant is an important move for the company.
"As an agile provider, we have a strong infrastructure in place that can react quickly to regulatory changes. We are fully committed to working in regulated markets and look forward to consolidating our presence in Sweden over the coming months."