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The Swedish Gaming Inspectorate Prohibits Further Companies from Conducting Illegal Gambling Activities

June 5, 2022 |

STRÄNGNÄS, Sweden (June 3, 2022) — The Swedish Gaming Inspectorate prohibits gaming companies from providing games in Sweden without the necessary license. According to the Swedish Gaming Inspectorate’s strategy, we prioritize measures that contribute to gambling taking place with the […]

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Partial Reporting of Government Assignments: The Development f Gambling and Gambling Problems in the Gambling Market

March 20, 2022 | Subscriber Only

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The Gaming Inspectorate Outlines Updated Strategy for Work Against Illegal Gambling Activities

October 9, 2021 |

STRÄNGNÄS, Sweden (October 6, 2021) — A prerequisite for the goals in the gaming regulation to be achieved is that those who conduct gaming operations in Sweden have a Swedish license. The Swedish Gaming Inspectorate, therefore, prioritizes such measures that […]

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The Swedish Gaming Inspectorate’s (Spelinspektionen) Consultation Response – European Commission’s Proposal for a Directive on Consumer Credit

October 9, 2021 |

STRÄNGNÄS, Sweden (September 30, 2021) — European Commission proposal for a directive on consumer credit (ref. No. Ju2021-03087) The Swedish Gaming Inspectorate is positive about strengthening consumer protection and promoting responsible methods of lending. Strengthened consumer protection when granting credit, […]

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The Swedish Administrative Court Determines the Warning and Penalty Fee for XC Gaming Sweden Ltd

October 2, 2021 |

STRÄNGNÄS, Sweden (September 29, 2021) – The Swedish Gaming Inspectorate has assessed that XC Gaming Sweden Ltd, by making cash deposits and giving physical gifts to the player who during a certain designated period deposited the most money in his […]

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The Swedish Gaming Inspectorate Issues Guidance for Licensees’ Duty of Care

October 2, 2021 |

STRÄNGNÄS, Sweden (September 21, 2021) — The Gaming Inspectorate has produced a guide for what in the Gaming Act is called duty of care. The guide provides examples of how signs of excessive gambling can be identified and what measures […]

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Spelinspektionen: Legal Position, Licensees May Not Contribute or Encourage Gambling on Credit

October 2, 2021 |

STRÄNGNÄS, Sweden (September 22, 2021) — According to the Swedish Gaming Inspectorate, it is not compatible with the duty of care that licensees contribute or encourage players to borrow money to maintain their gambling. The Swedish Gaming Inspectorate presents the […]

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The Swedish Gaming Inspectorate Issues New Guidance on Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

September 25, 2021 | Subscriber Only

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Gaming Companies with a Swedish License Had Sales of SEK 6.5 Billion During The Second Quarter

September 9, 2021 | Subscriber Only

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Swedish Gaming Inspectorate Proposals for New Match Fixing Regulations Are Notified to the EU

May 23, 2020 |

STRÄNGNÄS, Sweden — On May 20, Spelinspektionen (Swedish Gaming Inspectorate) submitted new regulations and general advice on match fixing to the College of Commerce for notification to the European Commission. The new rules on match fixing can only take effect […]

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Dutch Gaming Inspectorate Hands L&L Europe Limited a Warning and Penalty Fee

April 25, 2020 |

STRÄNGNÄS, Sweden  — When the new Gaming Act came into force on January 1, 2019, it became mandatory for all gaming companies with a Swedish license to join the national self-suspension register Spelpaus.se. The Gaming Inspectorate has found in its […]

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