his follows on from the regulatory framework set out by the Swedish Gaming Authority which came into effect on 1 January 2019.
Over the last few months, Microgaming has supported its operators closely during the license application process by providing them with supporting documentation and information needed for the Swedish regulated market.
Microgaming’s operators can now easily switch to a refined solution with localized content tailored specifically for the Swedish market. The new dedicated domain will provide operators with a portfolio of Microgaming’s top performing games, optimized across mobile and desktop, including table games, classic and branded slot titles such as Game of Thrones and Immortal Romance, as well as access to the industry’s largest progressive jackpot network, which has paid out over €973 million to date.
A group of Microgaming’s top operators, including PokerStars, Bet365, Leo Vegas, Unibet, Global Gaming, Comeon, Coolbet, Genesis, BWIN and Betsson Group, have already received their licenses and are now live with Microgaming’s content in Sweden, with more operators anticipated to be rolled out throughout the year.
Andrew Clucas, Chief Operating Officer at Microgaming, comments: "Sweden is a significant market for Microgaming and we are thrilled to offer our operators in the region a fully integrated solution to ensure compliance in line with regulations set by the Swedish Gaming Authority. This move continues our strategic expansion in key regulated markets, working closely with regulators and supporting operators as they grow their offering with our diverse portfolio of content built with player protection in mind."