Ninja Casino May Relaunch in Sweden

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Ninja Casino is looking to relaunch in Sweden after their operator Global Gaming had their gaming license rescinded earlier this summer.

Global transitioned their gaming license to Viral Interactive, which is a subsidiary of Finnplay, with the hopes of being reinstated in the Swedish market. Finnplay is known for their white label gaming solutions, and it stands as the best chance to re-enter the lucrative Swedish market for Ninja. Global Gaming had their license suspended by Sweden's gaming regulator after infractions for social responsibility and money laundering were found.

Global Gaming CEO Tobias Fagerlund spoke about the agreement, noting: "We are, of course, aware of Ninja Casino's enormous value in the Swedish market and it should come as no surprise that we do not want to let its potential go to waste. It is my belief that is in safe hands with Viral Interactive and Finnplay's proven safe and responsible platform, which also places a great deal of emphasis on entertainment and the pleasure of gaming."

No date on a possible relaunch was available as of press time.

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