Finnplay, an iGaming platform provider, has received its B2B licence from the Swedish Gambling Authority, the Spelinspektionen.
Following the Swedish Parliament making several legislative changes in November 2022, operators must apply for a new permit by 1 July.
Finnplay’s Managing Director, Jaakko Soininen, said: “As a Nordic-based B2B platform provider specialising in regulatory compliance, we are especially pleased to be among the first group of companies to receive the Swedish B2B supplier licence.
“Sweden is an important neighbouring market for us and we currently have several exciting new projects in development with plans to launch this year.
“So, this was an important and necessary achievement for our company.”
Play’n Go, a global supplier of slots games, has also been given its supplier's licence to operate in the Swedish markets.
Magnus Olsson, Chief Commercial Officer for Play’n Go, said: “It’s extra special for us to receive one of the first licences from the regulator Spelinspektionen.
“Our content today is used by operators in the Swedish market to excite and retain their players. with innovative cross-sell slots like Gerard’s Gambit on the horizon, I don't think the Swedish market has truly seen the full might of Play’n Go yet.
“We would like to thank Spelinspektionen for the swift granting of our licence so early in the process, allowing us to continue leading from the front in supplying the safest, most entertaining casino experience for players in our home market of Sweden.”
The Swedish licence makes for the second of its kind received by Play’n Go this year alone.
Only in February was the company granted a similar supplier's licence to operate in Connecticut in the US.