Hacksaw Gaming, an innovative iGaming content provider, has acquired a B2B gaming license from the Swedish Gambling Authority (SGA), allowing the company to offer its portfolio of content to licensed operators in Sweden. This license will enable Hacksaw Gaming to extend its European presence by providing popular games like Wanted Dead or a Wild, Hand of Anubis, Mines, and Dork Unit. Hacksaw Gaming already holds gaming licenses from various regulatory bodies, including the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), United Kingdom Gambling Commission (UKGC), Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission (Isle of Man), and Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (Ontario). Furthermore, its games are certified in multiple other jurisdictions.
On March 1, 2023, new regulations came into force, requiring all online casino game suppliers targeting players in Sweden to submit an application for a B2B gaming license. The Swedish government introduced this new framework to increase the country’s channelisation rates by protecting the integrity of the market and the welfare of consumers. According to the SGA in 2022, the objective of the license requirement for gaming software is to discourage illegal gambling. Unlicensed game operators must not be allowed to use suppliers who manufacture, provide, install and/or change game software for game operators licensed in Sweden.
Last month, Hacksaw Gaming went live with Swedish-facing Glitnor Group, allowing players at brands HappyCasino and LuckyCasino to access a range of its games. Today’s developments will solidify Hacksaw Gaming’s position in the market, giving it a head start over its rivals. According to Marcus Cordes, CEO of Hacksaw Gaming, the company is delighted to be among the first providers to obtain a full Swedish B2B gaming license. The company is now looking to expand its presence in Sweden by partnering with more top-tier operators to reach a broader audience.
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