Wins Swedish Appeal, Maintains 5 Year License

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Casino operator has prevailed in a Swedish court, as the judge ruled that the company's license should be good for a period of five years.

The company has been fighting its case in court after they claimed they were erroneously given a two-year license, rather than the five-year license they felt they were entitled to. The judge agreed with the company's argument, and the group will be good to offer their games within Sweden for the next four years (and a month). is one of the better-known betting brands online, with a large selection of games available. The company holds licenses in the UK, Malta, Denmark, Spain, and Italy.

Commenting on the matter CEO Alexander Stevendahl said, "Videoslots is firmly committed to keeping gambling both safe and fun and this has been recognised with the full five-year period of our Swedish licence.

"Player safety across all our markets is always our priority and this news is very welcome due to the growth we are seeing in the Swedish market''

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13 December 2019 - 12:04pm

Yeah I remember reading of this story before and at the time I thought Videoslots have the full right to appeal the Swedish regulator decision in court which looked to be unfair...I think that's the right decision.