Hacksaw Gaming signs Swedish market deal with Svenska Spel

By Gambling Insider

Hacksaw Gaming has signed a deal and gone live with Swedish state-owned operator Svenska Spel Sport and Casino.

This partnership, which was made possible by a recent partnership with Scientific Games' Open Gaming platform, further strengthens Hacksaw’s footprint within the Swedish market.

As per this agreement, Svenska Spel has access to Hacksaw Gaming’s full slot portfolio, which includes titles like Chaos Crew, Stack’em, Hop’n’Pop and Wanted Dear or a Wild.

Marcus Cordes, Hacksaw Gaming COO, said: “Hacksaw Gaming has gone from strength to strength over the past two years and we pride ourselves on working with the best in the industry, and a partnership like this with Svenska Spel Sport and Casino highlights just that.

“Our presence in the Scandinavian market has grown rapidly and we’re seeing our hit titles loved by many Swedish players. We look forward to a close collaboration and are sure our slot content will become a firm favourite amongst Svenska Spel Sport and Casino customers.”

Niklas Örtbrant, Head of Online Casino at Svenska Spel Sport and Casino, added: “Hacksaw Gaming is a high-quality casino provider with a host of entertaining games that we are thrilled to be able to add to our game portfolio. We look forward to working closely together as partners and seeing the excitement that this will add to our players' gaming experience.”

Hacksaw Gaming builds scratchcards, slots and games with “the world’s largest prizes;” the company provides its secure iGaming platform to numerous brands in the online gaming world.

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