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Red Tiger teams with Casumo C


asino game and software supplier Red Tiger Gaming has launched its full portfolio of slots with Casumo – the first operator to go live on its recently granted MGA B2B licence.


The new partnership will give Casumo’s players access to all of Red Tiger’s popular titles, as well as their daily Jackpots, which are available in all of its markets


including the newly-regulated Swedish one.


Gavin Hamilton, CEO of Red Tiger Gaming, said the new relationship was in line with the company’s strategy to continue entering regulated markets and expand their footprint in existing ones: “Casumo has a long track record in innovation and finding new ways to engage with players. We are excited to be partnering


with them and the prospect of creating even better player experiences.”


The Casumo deal comes on the back of a period of significant growth for Red Tiger, with Lottoland and Mansion going live at the end of 2018 and the supplier acquiring new licences in Malta and Alderney, as well as achieving ISO 27001 accreditation.


Sweden expands regulated iGaming market


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wedish watchdog Spelinspektionen has issued a series of new online gaming and betting licences, taking the total number to 65 in the


newly-regulated market. Five companies have been added to the list of licensees in the country, which launched its regulated igaming market on January 1st.


Dreambox Games has secured a licence to offer online gambling services via its Chanz.com in Sweden, while Ellmount Gaming has also been awarded a licence to operate its Casinoroom.com website. Elsewhere, Legolas Invest and Pixel Digital have secured licences for online gambling and betting in the country. Legolas will launch its Legolas.bet and mobile.


legolas.bet domains, while Pixel will roll out its Pixel.bet site.


Spelinspektionen has also issued a betting licence to More Tech Group, which will offer services via its Superlottoclub.com website. All licence-holders will be subject to certain rules and regulations as part of the new regime in the country, including a requirement to integrate with a self-exclusion scheme that has also launched.


Betconnect launches A


new betting site has launched, letting ordinary punters follow the bets of  notable disruptive technology platform in the industry since Betfair in 2000 and aims to level  professional gamblers and punters. For many years, professional gamblers have found their accounts closed or restricted by bookmakers due to their success. In fact, new research shows that one in ten (9.8%) of British


Aspire Global reacts to Swedish self-exclusion


punters have at some point been restricted. Betconnect connects these people with a network of regular punters in a shared betting experience.


Pros can create and submit bets into the betconnect platform on all major sports and betting markets, using the very best real-time odds. The bets are then intelligently distributed to a network of punters who are prepared to match the bet in exchange for the tip received in the process.


Mark Weaver, co-founder of betconnect said: “Business is booming for British bookmakers and we believe it’s time to tip things back in favour of punters. Betconnect is  the expertise of Pros who’ve been restricted by bookmakers.”


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gambling laws in Sweden, after being criticised by national regulator Spelinspektionen for failing to comply with a key player protection measure in the country’s iGaming regulations. In January the regulator noted that Genesis Global and AG Communications had failed to properly integrate with national self-exclusion database Spelpaus, which it said had allowed some players to access gambling products while excluded. Aspire Global has now carried out work to fix a technical fault and ensure that it is fully integrated with the system: “We took all the necessary actions immediately in order to resolve the technical issue and all our Swedish websites are now up and running,” a spokesperson for Aspire Global spokesperson said. “Aspire Global views compliance and responsible gambling as a top priority,” they explained. “We are committed to cooperate with the Swedish regulations in order to provide our players with a safe gaming environment.”


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spire Global has said its AG Communications subsidiary is now fully compliant with online


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