Lady Luck Games and Gamomat secure Swedish B2B licence

Updated:2024-03-31 08:33    Views:103

Lady Luck Games has announced that the Swedish Gambling Authority, Spelinspektionen, has granted it a licence to operate in Sweden.

Meanwhile, Gamomat, an independent provider of slot machine software, has also obtained its B2B licence from Spelinspektionen.

Mads Jørgensen, Lady Luck Games’ CEO, said: "We are thrilled to receive our Swedish gambling licence, enabling us to bring our innovative and immersive casino games to the Swedish market.

"This license is a testament to our dedication to compliance, responsible gaming, and delivering top-notch entertainment experiences to our valued players."

The company will provide slot games, including Popeye,poker star casino Astro Anna, Spinjoy Megaways, Treasures of Tizoc and many more, to Swedish players thanks to the Swedish gaming licence.

Julian Borg-Barthet, Lady Luck Games’ CCO, said: "We look forward to serving our customers in Sweden and extending our warmest welcome to all players who are fans of Lady Luck Games."Our Swedish gambling licence opens up new opportunities for growth and allows us to deliver exceptional entertainment to a wider audience.”

Gamomat's games will now too be played at casinos in Sweden.

Classics including Ramses Book, Fancy Fruits, Crystal Ball and La Dolce Vita are among the online games from Gamomat that are still playable through distribution partner Bragg Gaming Group in one of Europe's regulated markets.

Andi Kaufmann, Gamomat Distribution GmbH’s Managing Director, said: “Sweden’s iGaming market carries a strong reputation across Europe and we’re proud to have received our new B2B licence.

"Regulated markets are the lynchpin in our growth plans and we’re thrilled that we can continue to present our games to Sweden’s players.”

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