iGaming review platform GamblingGuy.com, fresh off the heels of its nomination for the IGB Rising Star award, has announced the launch of two new regional sites. The announcement of the Austria and Sweden regions brings the total markets under the GamblingGuy.com umbrella to 13, marking an impressive start for a site that could still be considered to be in its infancy.
Readers in the newly-launched regions will be able to enjoy GamblingGuy’s usual commitment to high-quality content to meet all of their sports betting, casino, and igaming requirements.
Similarly, the content benefits from the established GamblingGuy team’s focus on detailed research, all produced to the same exacting standards that has seen the brand flourish.
Both regions also benefit from outstanding development and regional-specific SEO research, providing a solid foundation for the site’s geographical-specific operator reviews, bonus research, coverage of promotional offers, betting guides, and much more besides.
Of the launches, product owner Peter Rostowski said: “I am delighted to see the GambingGuy portfolio expand even further with the launch of our Austria and Sweden regions.
“These additions mean that the high quality content readers expect from GamblingGuy is now available in 13 countries, allowing us to help and inform fans of sports betting, casinos, and all other aspects of igaming across the globe. We’re sure Austria and Sweden will prove to be exciting markets for us and look forward to expanding even further in the future.”
Both the Austrian and Swedish versions of GamblingGuy.com are now available for residents in each country to enjoy.
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