Global Gaming granted another European license

By Nathan Joyes

Global Gaming has been granted a Swedish licence to operate in its new regulated market.

The Swedish Gambling Authority, Lotteriinspektionen, announced Global Gaming has been awarded a sportsbook license and a five-year casino license for its Ninja Casino and SpelLandet brands.

Global Gaming has recently been granted a license by the Malta Gaming Authority, as well as the Estonian Tax and Customs Board.

The operator's Head of Compliance, Linda Kärrholt, said: “We were one of the first operators to submit a licence application on 1 August, the first available day, and are proud to announce that all the hard work put in by the team has paid off.”

CEO Joacim Möller said: “We are thankful for this seal of approval. It not only signals their approval of our business model but also gives us an opportunity to continue focussing on our largest market.”


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