As the Swedish Gambling Authority continues to tackle a flurry of licence applications, Push Gaming and Pariplay are amongst the latest names to be approved to supply their games in Sweden.
Following the receival of the appropriate licensing, Push Gaming and Pariplay are permitted to continue offering their game catalogues to operators working under the regulation of Spelinspektionen.
The permits are set to be valid from July 1, 2023 and will cover an initial five-year period.
Included in Push Gaming’s product portfolio, the supplier will continue to form partnerships with online casino operators in Sweden to offer their player bases games such as Giga Jars, Retro Tapes, Big Bamboo, Jammin’ Jars and Razor Shark.
Fiona Hickey, Director of New Business and Markets at Push Gaming, stated: “We are delighted to be able to continue offering our portfolio of games from July 1. This is a great boost for us and a testament to our commitment to regulated markets and the responsible gaming they promote.
“Swedish players can now continue to enjoy their favourite Push titles and we look forward to launching more new games there throughout the year.”
Additionally, Pariplay is also set to utilise the licence to bolster its position in the Swedish igaming market as it looks to supply games from in-house slot studio Wizard Games.
Adrian Bailey, Managing Director at Pariplay, commented: “Sweden is a key market for us at Pariplay, so we’re thrilled to have obtained our B2B permit in order to continue operating within the country once the new regulations begin.
“We’re committed to keep being the leading aggregator in regulated markets, and look forward to continuing to entertain our Swedish players for many years to come.”
This announcement follows an abundance of recent licence certifications from the Swedish regulator as it looks to work through a stack of supplier licences after the acceptance period opened last month.
Other recent companies to gain Swedish supplier licences include Relax Gaming, Stakelogic, Blueprint Gaming and Wazdan.
Bogdan Barbacaru, Head of Compliance at Pariplay, added: “Our dedication to regulated markets is extremely important, so we’re thankful to the Spelinspektionen for granting us a permit that will allow us to continue operating in Sweden.
“We’re excited to keep growing in the market and strengthen our foothold, both in Sweden and within Europe as a whole.”