The authority has given Relax Gaming a new B2B licence to provide its content to Swedish players.
Rachel Winberg, Head of Regulatory Compliance at Relax Gaming, said: “We are thrilled that the SGA has green-lit our products and content, allowing us to continue providing a wealth of safe and entertaining wagering opportunities to players across Sweden.
“It is no secret that we place great emphasis on broadening our reach and take great pride in showcasing our content across established jurisdictions. We couldn’t be more pleased to be able to continue offering our quality games in a mature market like Sweden.”
Meanwhile, Yggdrasil has also been given a supplier license in Sweden, enabling the business to keep offering its services to customers.
This follows the new rule that, as of 1 July, having a gaming software permit will be necessary for the Nordic nation.
With the obtained licence, Yggdrasil will be able to legally provide its game selection to registered operators in Sweden.
Petter Envall, General Counsel and Chief Legal & Compliance Officer at Yggdrasil, said: “Sweden is one of our core markets, and the team was fully focused on submitting our application for the new permit as soon as the application process opened.
“Yggdrasil encourages other vendors to apply for this license and I would like to give praise to the Swedish Gambling Authority for a very simple and straightforward process for administrating these permits.”