Mr Vegas gets licence to operate in Sweden

The casino company will launch its offering for Swedish gamblers.
The casino company will launch its offering for Swedish gamblers.

The online casino company has received a licence to operate in the Swedish market.

Malta.- The online casino company Mr Vegas will be able to operate in the Swedish market after receiving a licence from the national regulator, Spelinspektionen.

The five-year online gaming licence will allow Mr Vegas to offer online gambling via its MrVegas.com and MrVegas.se websites.

Mr Vegas offers more than 2,000 online casino games, including slots, blackjack, roulette, video poker, live casino and scratchcards.

The operator also holds a licence from the Malta Gaming Authority.

CEO Alexander Stevendahl said: “We are super excited about Mr Vegas in Sweden and confident it will be an instant hit. It is such a distinctive name too. I am confident it will become the casino of choice for Swedes in 2021.’’

CMO Ali Atam added: “We are not short of competition out there, but players are always looking for something new and I think they are going to like what we have in store for them.

“We can’t wait to launch the site in Sweden and see what people make of it.”

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