With the new gambling regulation in place, online gambling operators now have to comply with the latest regulatory obligations in order to offer online casino and betting products to Swedish customers.
As such, online gambling companies are seeking fresh permissions from the Swedish gambling regulator.
Synot games have become the latest to enter the Swedish gambling market.
Synot has said that it will be operating in Sweden through “several landmark deals with key operators.” The company has confirmed that they have already secured permission from the Swedish gambling regulator.
Synot CEO Ivan Kodaj said: “We are happy to announce that we have successfully completed all legal requirements in order to enter this significant market and we can’t wait to introduce our games to Swedish players through existing and also new acclaimed operators.”
Synot is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and is licensed to operate in the U.K., Italy, Spain, Portugal, and Denmark.
The company also said that they are now expanding in Montenegro. The news followed after the gambling operator announced its Swedish license from Spelinspektionen. The company has partnered with MaxBet to offer services in Montenegro.
MaxBet CEO Minja Bolesnikov said: “As one of the largest regional companies in the gaming industry in the Balkan region, MaxBet is very proud to expand its online offer in Montenegro. Besides expanding our land-based network, which is currently present in four countries, our priority is on increasing our online games offer on new markets. We consider Montenegro as an important market with great potential.”
“As SYNOT prove themselves as a reliable partner, we are sure that their offer will boost our growth. According to our slogan, ‘Life is a game!’, MaxBet is always striving to present best offers and fresh excitements to our players.”