Synot Games, a casino games developer out of Malta, has announced that it has been awarded a license by Sweden’s gambling regulator, Spelinspektionen.
Synot said it already has deals in place to roll out its content with a number of operators in the country but has opted not to disclose the identity of these partners at this stage. The company is certified across several European regions including the UK, Italy, Spain, Denmark and Portugal.
“We are happy to announce that we have successfully completed all legal requirements in order to enter this significant market, and we can’t wait to introduce our games to Swedish players through existing and also new acclaimed operators,” announced Ivan Kodaj, CEO of Synot Games.
Synot also has announced expanding into Montenegro. That move comes through a partnership it has with MaxBet, which will use Synot’s product’s in that country’s recently launched online gaming market. Synot and Maxbet already work together in Serbia, as well as in Bosnia and Herzegovina.Follow us on