BetConstruct, one of the best online gambling software, obtained a license from the Swedish Gambling Authority. The newly issued web gaming and betting license permits BetConstruct to work in Sweden. Moreover, it will supply its locally licensed products to those of its partners exploring growth prospects in the Swedish iGaming and digital sports betting space. The software’s entry into the Swedish gaming industry is the latest step in the company’s strategy to grow its regulated presence continually.
BetConstruct Keeps Growing
Aside from the recently approved license from Spelinspektionen in Sweden, BetConstruct currently holds licenses from the UK Gambling Commission, the Malta Gaming Authority, and France’s gambling regulator, ARJEL. These are also the gambling regulators of Italy, Romania, the Isle of Man, and South Africa.
BetConstruct boasts a wide range of bookmaking and iGaming software products. The company’s sportsbook offers its customers with 45,000 live games available in over 20 languages. The software provider also delivers some sophisticated eSports and virtual sports products.
Its casino suite features over 6,500 casino games from BetConstruct and numerous major content suppliers. BetConstruct’s portfolio includes live casino products, keno, skill games, poker, and other solutions.
Secure and Reliable Environment
Commenting on the launch in Sweden, Vigen Badalyan, BetConstruct CEO, said that while “it has been a long and a very arduous road,” they are honored to have regulatory OK from the Swedish Gambling Authority.
Mr Badalyan added that by entering Sweden, their operator partners will now be able to benefit from BetConstruct’s software in a “secure and reliable environment and as seamlessly as in other regulations.”
The recently obtained Swedish license comes as the newest of a host of regulatory announcements made by BetConstruct in recent weeks. Late last month, the firm announced that the Malta Gaming Authority has licensed its in-house developed cybernetic sports games.
The new approval now enabled the provider also to deliver games under its own license as well as deliver virtual gambling to operators licensed by the regulator under white-label, turnkey, or API solutions.
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