SkillOnNet applies for licences in Sweden and Portugal
PlayOJO and DrückGlück among the first to submit Sweden licence application
SkillOnNet, the award-winning casino platform behind smash-hit online casino brands PlayOJO and DrückGlück, has submitted its application for a licence in Sweden as it looks to be among the first to launch when the market regulates on January 1st 2019.
The platform provider has also filed papers with the regulator in Portugal to launch a new casino specifically for the up and coming Portuguese market.
The significant growth in Portugal has attracted the attention of a number of operators – SkillOnNet plans to enter launch its first casino brand in Q4.
PlayOJO launched to players in Sweden in January, and has quickly become one of the market-leading brands with a major TV and offline presence.
Michael Golembo, from SkillOnNet, said: “SkillOnNet powers some of the most popular brands in Europe, and to continue driving growth from these online casinos we want to be active in as many regulated markets as possible.
“We are lean and nimble, so completing the licence paperwork for both Sweden and Portugal simultaneously was not a problem. We see both markets as having tremendous potential, and look forward to working with the regulator in each to obtain our permits.”
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