Licensing Milestone Achieved by Gaming Corps in Sweden
It is with great pleasure that we announce the granting of a license by the Swedish Gaming Authority (SGA) to Gaming Corps, allowing them to oversee gaming software in their country of origin. This license, which is valid for a period of five years, follows the regulatory requirement that all providers of gaming software obtain a license by 1st July, for the Swedish market.
Gaming Corps’ portfolio comprises of an extensive range of premium Crash, Mine, Table and Slot games, in addition to a certified Plinko. The impressive collection includes titles such as Coin Miner, Penalty Champion, Jet Lucky 2, and Raging Zeus Mines & Aztec Bonus Pot. We could not be more thrilled to add Sweden to our list of licensed territories, as we have already secured licenses in Gibraltar, the Netherlands, Greece, Estonia and Spain.
This achievement marks a significant milestone for Gaming Corps, and we look forward to continuing to provide state-of-the-art gaming software, while ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements.
In a recent statement, Gaming Corps CEO, Juha Kauppinen, announced the company’s excitement to become an official licensee in Sweden. As more markets move towards regulation, the company is pleased to offer its premium game content to players in line with the new licence regulations, designed to protect players and promote safer gambling.
The SGA recently granted 1×2 Network a licence for B2B gambling in Sweden. This UK-based company already holds several licences in the UK, Romania, Greece, Malta, and Ontario for its iGaming software and content.
In addition, Gaming Corps and Kindred Group have signed a recent agreement, enabling Kindred’s brands’ access to the entire Gaming Corps’ slot and mine portfolios. This partnership illustrates the companies’ commitment to providing top-quality gaming options for their customers.