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SBTech in deal with Swedish Operator Svenska Spel

SBTech who are responsible for building and developing sports betting platforms for iGaming operators have this afternoon announced a deal with Swedish state owned operator, Svenska Spel, to provide them with a brand new sportsbook platform.

Svenska Spel who were the first such iGaming operator to be regulated and licensed by Spelinspektionen, are expected to go live with the new sportsbook product delivered by SBTech, by mid 2020.

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SBTech who provide sports betting software to over 50 iGaming operators are an award winning outfit and are the current EGR Sports Betting Provider of the year holder for 2019.

Speaking about the deal that will see his company provide Svenska Spel with an all inclusive sports betting solution, Andrew Cochrane, Chief Development Officer of SBTech said: “We are incredibly proud and excited to have been awarded this partnership with Svenska Spel Sport and Casino AB following a an extremely rigorous selection process.”

“We look forward to completing the integration of our sportsbook solution across Svenska Spel’s retail, mobile and online channels and helping Sweden’s leading gaming company deliver the foremost sports betting experience in the market.”

With offices in 10 locations and employing in excess of 1,200 people, SBTech who were established in 2007 are rightly regarded as one of the premier sports betting software providers in the iGaming industry.

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Simon Wright

Simon has in excess of 15 years working within the iGaming Industry. Whereby he has built up a wealth of knowledge in this area during this time. As well as being a main contributor for Casino Gazette, Simon also writes and reports for Casinomeister.com. In addition he contributes to the Compliance News on Rightlander.com.

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