Land-based, online, social and mobile games developer High 5 Games has outlined plans to launch a total of 15 titles within the re-regulated Swedish market next year.
Striving to launch the titles on January 1, the date the liberalised market comes in to force, H5G states it is to be done through NYX/SG Digital, with “multiple real-money operators” in line to take up the titles, which will see a total library of 40 follow.
Emphasising that numerous games are “already well known to the Swedish market through land and digital platforms,” such as Valkyrie Queen, Joker’s Riches and Silver Enchantress, the New York headquartered firm is to also tailor the offerings to Sweden via specific game and theme styles.
H5G has stressed a continued aim developing content distribution opportunities within globally regulated territories, as it “continues to actively develop opportunities and to work with governing bodies throughout Europe and the United States to expand its presence in 2019 including Pennsylvania, Denmark, Spain and Italy”.
The most recent moves by the Swedish gaming regulator, the Lotteriinspektionen, saw the handing out of five more igaming licenses as the market prepares for relaunch.
Bringing the total number of licensed gaming organisations to 31, L&L Europe was awarded a licence for online gambling, and is set to offer a wide range of .com and .se brands, including Funcasino, Karlcasino and Yeticasino on both domains.
Further licences were confirmed for Bayton, Dumarca Gaming, Genesis Global and Enlabs.
Bayton, a subsidiary of Cityviews, has been licensed for sites including Rubyfortune, Jackpotcitycasino and Spincasino, all on the .se domain.
Dumarca Gaming, a subsidiary of the JPJ Group, will offer Vera&John and Intercasino brands in the re-regulated market, having been awarded a licence.
Simon Wykes, CEO of Jackpotjoy operations, welcomed the news: “Ensuring that our gaming platform is fully compliant with all of Sweden’s licensing requirements, has been a challenge which our technology team has successfully handled within a very short time frame.
“We now look forward to addressing the opportunity that a regulated and licensed Swedish market will present in 2019.”