B2B gaming supplier Push Gaming has received its B2B supplier permit from the Swedish regulator Spelinspektionen.
Sweden, historically has been a key market for Push Gaming’s globally successful games, including recent hits Giga Jar, Retro Tapes, and established favourites like Big Bamboo, Jammin’ Jars and Razor Shark. Push is delighted that they will continue to offer their popular games to Swedish players and support the regulated space in the country.
Push Gaming reviews all markets for regulatory changes and, when it became apparent Sweden was altering the supplier approval process, they ensured they were in a strong position to be one of the first to apply for their permit. As a result, Push Gaming is one of the first suppliers to receive their approval.
Sweden is one of several key territories for Push Gaming as it focuses on its global growth and continues expanding the list of regulated markets it operates in.
Fiona Hickey, Director of New Business and Markets at Push Gaming said: “We are delighted to be able to continue offering our portfolio of games from July 1st. This is a great boost for us and a testament to our commitment to regulated markets and the responsible gaming they promote. Swedish players can now continue to enjoy their favourite Push titles and we look forward to launching more new games there throughout the year.”
Push Gaming is a software game developer that was founded in 2010 in London. Thanks to its ever-growing list of casino partners, its games feature at some of the best online casinos.
The team behind Push Gaming is made up of professionals who have worked for Scientific Games and NextGen Gaming amongst others. The company specialised in creating mobile-optimised HTML5 games, most notably online slot games.
The company was created by Winston Lee and James Marshall and since then, it has developed a powerful collection of slot games. It has also struck up prominent partnerships with prominent names in the industry, including Microgaming, Playtech and OpenBet. Thanks to these partnerships, the company has been able to expand its business bringing in more online casino players in its direction.
Even though the company was launched in 2010, the first games did not go live until 2015. The first slot game was slot game Bonus Beans followed by another slot game Golden Farm.
Push Gaming is licensed and regulated by both the Malta Gaming Authority and the UK Gambling Commission. This provider has scooped up awards and nominations for its Jammin’ Jars slot games, including for the Casino Beats Game Developer Awards in 2021, the Game of the Year at the EGR Operator awards in 2021.