Relax Gaming Obtains Swedish B2B Permit for iGaming Expansion

iGaming aggregator and content supplier Relax Gaming has received approval from the Swedish Gambling Authority (SGA) to operate in Sweden, further expanding its global presence.

This achievement marks another significant milestone for Relax Gaming, which has recently acquired licenses to operate in Ontario and Greece, reinforcing its commitment to regulated market growth worldwide.

The Swedish Gambling Authority is responsible for ensuring the legality, safety, and reliability of the Swedish gaming and gambling market. The SGA has granted Relax Gaming the newly introduced permit, allowing the company to supply its market-leading content to Swedish players.

Relax Gaming’s diverse content offering includes popular titles such as Temple Tumble 2 Dream Drop, Money Train 3, and the recently released Book of Power, which are anticipated to be well-received by both operators and customers.

Recognized as one of the industry’s top B2B suppliers, Relax Gaming has earned various accolades, including Best Mobile Gaming Software Provider at the EGR B2B Awards, Casino/Slot Developer of the Year at the SBC Awards, and GGA’s Product Launch of the Year for Dream Drop Jackpots in February.

Relax Gaming offers a portfolio of over 4,000 online casino games, ranging from its high-performing proprietary slots to a diverse collection of content from select third-party studios through its partnership programs.

Commenting on Relax’s permit acquisition, Rachel Winberg, Head of Regulatory Compliance at Relax Gaming commented, “We are thrilled that the SGA has green-lit our products and content, allowing us to continue providing a wealth of safe and entertaining wagering opportunities to players across Sweden.

“It is no secret that we place great emphasis on broadening our reach and take great pride in showcasing our content across established jurisdictions. We couldn’t be more pleased to be able to continue offering our quality games in a mature market like Sweden.”

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