The licenses will give the chance to both provider to be in line with the modifications in regulations started from 1st July, consequently suppliers of games require license from Spelinspektionen to be active in the country.
Stakelogic’s license covers its slot games, while its live dealer branch company, Stakelogic Live, will also be able to work with licensed operators in Sweden.
Stakelogic CEO Stephan van den Oetelaar commented:
We consider Sweden to be a significant location, and it is thrilling to have obtained a provider license for both companies. Our primary center is on authorized markets, and obtaining this confirmation has been a top goal for us.
In the meantime, Jelly also granted license, allowing to provide its slots to authorized casinos. This Swedish license is in addition to the license the developer already possessed in the UK.
Jelly CEO Phil Collins remarked:
Our company has several powerful games slated for release in H2, and having the ability to suggest them to licensed casinos in key markets, like Sweden, is an essential achievement for us. Functioning as a complete provider in authorized markets is critical for Jelly; it enhances the company’s trustworthiness and visibility and creates opportunities for new partnerships with operators.
Last weeks were crucial for Stakelogic and Jelly, as they have been added to a growing list of providers to get authorization in Sweden. Other suppliers licensed in the country include Octoplay, the state–owned former monopoly Svenska Spel, and Co-Gaming’s Comeon brand.