MGA Games secures Swedish B2B licence
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MGA Games secures Swedish B2B licence

Updated:2024-03-25 13:01    Views:94

MGA Games has gained its content provider licence for online casinos in Sweden. The licence has been granted by the Swedish gambling regulator Spelinspektionen.

From 1 July 2023, gambling houses and online casinos all over Sweden will only be able to carry games from providers that have gained the necessary accreditation, which will now include MGA Games. This new ruling has been enforced by the Swedish Gambling Regulation.

MGA Games is a company specialising in the development of large, localised content productions for global operators in the gaming sector. The company operates in Europe and Latin America, showing signs of further expansion on the back of this new B2B licence. 

MGA Games will be hopeful that this new licence can be a huge step in the company's plans for international growth, as well as its goal to show commitment to the European market.

MGA Games has over 100 premium games in its portfolio, including Captain Nemo, Ice Queen,aposta cassino Jade Goddess and Circus Mystery. MGA Games produce a variety of slot, video bingo and table games all around the world. 

This year, MGA Games' portfolio of titles debuted on Moosh in Portugal, after signing a partnership with Caravel Entertainment. MGA signed another deal in Portugal, completing a partnership with SkillOnNet to expand in the country. 

Also this year, Dazn Bet launched MGA Games' portfolio in Spain. As part of this deal, Dazn Bet released 10 new games a day on the platform with the full portfolio of games being available within a month.

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