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Casino and sportsbook platform provider Soft2Bet has introduced its well-received casino and sportsbook Betinia to the fast-developing Swedish market, allowing the company to expand in Sweden.

Thanks to the exciting Betinia brand, players in Sweden will gain access to more than 3,000 online slots, jackpots, table and live casino games from some of the most influential providers including Play’n GO, Netent, Evolution, and others.

In addition to casino games, the brand also offers a high-quality live sports and pre-match offering, as well as virtual betting for a variety of events, making Betinia a strong choice for customers.

Having established Betinia as a successful brand in Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) markets, the latest deal will allow Soft2Bet to expand its reach in Sweden, with the company eager to grow in a territory that holds a vast amount of potential.

Boris Chaikin, CEO at Soft2Bet, said: “With Soft2Bet already accustomed to the Swedish market, it feels like a reliable yet effective step to expand further into the territory.

“We look forward to greeting Swedish players to Betinia and for them to enjoy the same experience that has seen us become a leader in the highly competitive MGA market.”

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