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Golden Race’s virtual sports products get Swedish certification

Golden Race has received the certification to distribute its complete suite of virtual sports products including races, football leagues and tournaments to licensed operators in Sweden. 

The certification has been issued by Quinel – an internationally accredited testing lab and inspection body – in accordance with the Swedish Gambling Authority standards and regulations, reinforcing the quality and reliability of Golden Race’s set of products. 

“We are very happy that we have been certified in Sweden and are now able to start operations there,” said Martin Wachter, Golden Race’s CEO and Founder.

“Our main aim is to be certified in every regulated market, so that more responsible and compliant operators around the world have the possibility to offer our successful games to their players.”

The Swedish Gambling Authority (Spelinspektionen) reported in March that licensed operators in the country generated revenue of SEK24.8bn (£2.03bn/€2.34bn/$2.62bn) in 2019.

This certification for the Swedish market, said Golden Race, completes a “pool of certifications and licences” it now has for demanding betting and gaming jurisdictions including Malta, Spain, Italy and the UK.

The company’s retail-based software is run by more than 50,000 betting shops, while over 400 websites across the world are operating its online virtual sports solution.

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