Only a few days after launching its new 3888 Ways of the Dragon video slot and British online casino games and software innovator, iSoftBet, has now announced that it has received a license for the newly-regulated Swedish iGaming market.
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The London-headquartered firm used an official Monday press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to declare that the license means that it can now offer an ‘extensive range of its best performing proprietary and branded slot games’ including the recently-released Nutcracker, The Dalai Panda and Crystal Clans to online casino operators serving Scandinavia’s largest and most populated nation.
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iSoftBet stated that players in Sweden will soon also be able to enjoy its ‘classic titles’ such as the new 3888 Ways of the Dragon as well as its Lucky Leprechaun, Fortune Diamond and branded Basic Instinct video slots at sites embracing Betsson.com, LeoVegas.com and NoAccountCasino.com.
Already licensed by regulators in multiple jurisdictions including Italy, Spain, Romania, Portugal, Denmark and the United Kingdom, iSoftBet has now joined the likes of rivals such as NetEnt AB, Microgaming and High 5 Games in obtaining a Swedish license. The developer’s Compliance Manager, Mark Halstead, proclaimed that he was ‘delighted to have completed a major phase in certifying our best performing games for Sweden’ before describing the demand for his firm’s video slots in the region as ‘huge.’
Halstead’s statement read…
“Our regulated market footprint is among the best in the business and 2019 will undoubtedly see this extended to other new and exciting territories.”