L7 Entertainment’s gaming brand Lucky days went live in Sweden after the company received regulatory approval. The launch and new website are powered by a platform.
GiG has seen the Swedish market as an important source of post-pandemic recovery despite regulatory challenges, and has welcomed the opportunity to expand once again.
GiG expressed hope that this process would continue, noting that the official data showed a growth in gambling revenue between 2020 and 2021. GiG director of sales and business development Martin Collins welcomed the opportunity.
This constitutes the platform provider’s entire business and the company has been interested in teaming up with regulated brands.
GiG is able to expand its footprint in the regulated gaming markets and also highlights the need for more advanced technological solutions that enable businesses and consumers to connect in a meaningful and mutually-beneficial way.
L7 Entertainment said that it was delighted to have acquired its license which will allow it to service the market in collaboration with GiG. GiG is a platform and services provider for businesses in the industry.
The company was given the green light for a launch in Ontario earlier this week. GiG expanded in the United States over the past month as well.
L7 Entertainment has gone live in Sweden through its gaming brand Lucky Days after the company received regulatory approval from the Swedish Gaming Authority. The launch and new website are powered by Gaming Innovation Group’s platform. L7 Entertainment said that the company was delighted to have acquired its license which will enable it to service the market in collaboration with GiG.