The licences will be effective from 1 July 2023 and will last for a period of five years.
This comes after a number of operators, including LeoVegas last week and Gaming Corps last month, also received B2B licences. This is in line with Spelinspektionen’s new regulatory powers, which stipulate that suppliers operating in Sweden must hold a B2B licence from 1 July.
Spelinspektionen received these new regulatory powers as part of a bill passed in December last year.
“We are pleased to have obtained the necessary B2B gambling permits for Sweden which, given Kambi’s heritage, has long been one of our most important markets,” said David Carter, chief legal officer at Kambi.
“This further showcases our commitment to upholding the utmost standards of compliance and regulatory requirements which is a cornerstone of Kambi’s success as the world’s leading B2B sportsbook.”