The permit will enable MGA Games to offer its content to licensed operators active in the country.
From 1 July, all providers working with or seeking to partner with operators in Sweden must hold one of the new content licences.
“Obtaining the B2B licence for Sweden is a key step in MGA Games’ international growth and shows the company’s commitment to the European market,” MGA Games said.
“With over 100 premium titles in its portfolio, the company continues to demonstrate its ability to adapt to the most demanding regulated markets and deliver quality entertainment to players around the world.”
MGA Games follows a host of other developers and providers that have also secured new licences in recent weeks.
Last week, LeoVegas Group was issued three new B2B licences to develop and offer gaming software in Sweden.
The licences cover the group’s Blue Guru Games game studio and two platforms, allowing the business to work with other licensees in the country.