Nine of Kalamba Games’ titles – including Atlantis Thunder, Burning Diamonds and Griffin’s Quest – will now be distributed to operators throughout Sweden.
“It’s pleasing to mark our entry into yet another important market in Europe, one which, as recent numbers attest, is continuing to perform strongly,” said Alex Cohen, chief operating officer and co-founder of Kalamba Games.
“It’s a further step for our growth ambitions and a fantastic shop window for the high quality, diverse range of games that we produce.”
Kalamba’s content is currently live with over 400 operators through its propriety Bullseye RGS platform.
“It’s a great way to begin rounding off a busy year for new partnerships and territories and we’re looking forward to continuing in a similar vein in 2022,” continued Cohen.
Kalamba Gaming’s entrance into the Swedish market comes after the country lifted its SEK5,000 (£424/€491/$600) deposit cap for online casino at the end of last week.
The temporary Covid-19 restrictions first took effect in June 2020 and included an SEK5,000 (£428/€501/$575) deposit cap on online casino, along with an SEK100 limit on bonuses.