SkillOnNet Among First Trio to Obtain Swedish B2B Software License in the iGaming Sector

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SkillOnNet, a prominent provider of online gaming software in the igaming industry, has revealed that it is among the first three companies to be granted the new B2B license for gaming software in Sweden. On Monday, the Swedish gaming regulator Spelinspektionen confirmed that out of the 60 applications received, the Malta-based company was one of the first to be licensed.

Late last year, the Swedish government approved legislation requiring not only online gaming operators but also software suppliers to hold licenses in the country, effective from July 1. This new law forms part of the government’s initiative to curb illegal online gambling and enhance channelization in the igaming market, ensuring a safer and more regulated environment for both operators and players in the casino sector.

“We are proud to be among the first companies to receive this new license,” said Michael Golembo, Director of Sales and Marketing at SkillOnNet. “As a responsible gaming provider, we support any measures that promote safe and legal gambling practices. We believe that this license will help to ensure that all operators in the Swedish market are complying with the necessary regulations.”

SkillOnNet’s platform is designed to provide a wide range of online gaming options to players, including slots, table games and live casino. The company’s software is licensed in multiple jurisdictions and has been proven to be reliable and secure.

“We are excited to continue working with our partners in Sweden and other jurisdictions to provide the best possible gaming experience for players,” said Golembo. “We believe that our platform is well-positioned to meet the needs of the evolving online gaming market.”

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