Only days after being granted a local gaming license, online casino and sportsbook operator GVC Holdings has announced that it has launched Sweden-facing versions of its PartyPoker.com and Bwin.com domains.
The Isle of Man-headquartered firm used an official Wednesday press release to declare that the new PartyPoker.se and Bwin.se sites have premiered complete with an Android-friendly mobile app that is set to be joined ‘over the coming days’ by an iOS- receptive counterpart.
Video slots a-plenty:
Shay Segev, Chief Operating Officer for GVC Holdings, explained that his firm’s new Bwin.se service features in excess of 650 video slot and table games from some of the industry’s most prominent developers including NetEnt AB and Red Tiger Gaming Limited. As if this wasn’t enough, the executive stated that the site also gives sportsbetting aficionados in Sweden the ability to wager on ‘a huge array’ of in-play and pre-match markets covering sports such as football, tennis and basketball.
Poker fans rejoice:
Regarding PartyPoker.se, Segev proclaimed that players in Sweden can now enjoy access to an ‘expansive tournament schedule’ that includes its regular Daily Majors, Super Sunday and The Power Series contests alongside sit-and-go jackpot poker games with grand prizes worth in excess of $1 million (€877,400).
Segev’s statement read…
“We are delighted to get the year off to a positive start with the launch of Bwin.se and PartyPoker.se. We are confident that Swedish customers will enjoy what we believe is the best and most comprehensive online gaming experience in the market. Launching two new labels in such a short space of time after receiving our license demonstrates the flexibility of our unique proprietary technology platform.”