Embattled Global Gaming AB maintains a presence in its home market of Sweden, having this weekend launched its new online casino property NanoCasino.com.
The Stockholm-listed online gambling group’s flagship NinjaCasino brand remains ‘indefinitely suspended’ by Swedish regulator Spelinspektionen, who in June revoked the licence of NinjaCasino operating company SafeEnt, charged with multiple AML and care-of-duty failures.
Global Gaming governance maintains its challenge of Spelinspektionen suspension of NinjaCasino, despite having had two appeals rejected by Swedish administrative courts.
Seeking to maintain its Swedish market profile, last month Global Gaming announced that it would launch NanoCasino.com in collaboration with Malta-based igaming turnkey services provider Finnplay.
The online casino property will be operated by Finnplay subsidiary Viral Interactive Limited as Swedish licence holder for commercial gaming services.
Updating stakeholders, Tobias Fagerlund, CEO of Global Gaming, commented on the launch: “It is incredibly exciting that Viral is now launching NanoCasino.com with us as a partner. I hope and have reason to believe, that Swedish customers will enjoy it.
“NanoCasino.com is a safe and secure online casino that focuses on entertainment and the pleasure of gaming, and it’s being offered from one of the market’s best, safest and most responsible platforms. We feel very confident that our high standards for a casino product are met by NanoCasino.com.”
Global Gaming and Finnplay have disclosed that the NanoCasino.com partnership could extend beyond Sweden, as operating vehicle Viral Interactive maintains an approved licensing status for the markets of the UK, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Denmark, Estonia, and Mexico.
Martin Prantner, Chief Executive of Finnplay commented on the update: “We are looking forward to launching our new brand NanoCasino.com in Sweden and benefiting from Global Gaming’s marketing expertise and resources. Being a Nordic gaming platform provider, Sweden is our home market and we are committed to upholding the strict standards of the regulation.”