Casino and sportsbook operator Soft2Bet has secured further European growth after obtaining licence approval from the Swedish Gambling Authority.
Following the receival of the Swedish gaming licence, Soft2bet has subsequently launched a duo of its brands in the regulated market, namely Campobet and YoYo casino. After several successful inspections and audits with BMM laboratories both are fully compliant in the regulated territory.
Soft2Bet states that its entrance in the Swedish regulated market is the latest strategic move for the operator group as it strives to expand its global footprint across several emerging regions.
This follows the firm being accredited with the information security certification ISO 27001 last month, a short time before the company gained access to Bambora’s PaymentIQ platform
Uri Poliavich, COO of Soft2Bet, said: “The granting of this licence is a historical moment for Soft2Bet. The team have put in a lot of effort to qualify for all the requirements and meet all the deadlines.
“This achievement is a product of uncompromising dedication and is another great accomplishment for our executives and our team.”
Among Soft2Bet’s consumer-facing brands are Malina Casino, Cadoola, Zulabet, Wazamba and Nomini. It also has its own affiliate programme, 7Stars Partners. The group also currently operates with MGA and Curacao licences.