Gaming Realms has received approval from Spelinspektionen, the Swedish Gambling Authority, to continue supplying mobile-focused gaming content to operators in the country.
The supplier has held a presence and has been partnering with several brands in Sweden since 2019.
However, following the introduction of new market regulation on July 1, all gaming businesses must have a Spelinspektionen-issued licence to keep operating in the Nordic country.
The supplier licence from the gambling authority means Gaming Realms can continue to provide licenced operators and platforms in Sweden with its gaming content portfolio.
“The Swedish market is of great importance for us and it was a no-brainer to apply for the new supplier licence which will allow us to continue to supply our products in the country,” stated Kat Black, Group Compliance Director at Gaming Realms.
“We are committed to compliance and a safe market for players and we look forward to continuing to offer great entertainment to operators and their players in Sweden.”
Gaming Realms has been growing its market presence across the European continent recently after agreeing to a content deal with SkillOnNet earlier this month.
Through the partnership, the supplier’s slot-bingo hybrid games catalogue is now available on SkillOnNet platforms, including on the operator’s Spanish-language site PlayUZU.