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Innovative games provider ESA Gaming has reinforced its commitment to grow in regulated markets after receiving certification to launch its EasySwipe portfolio in Sweden. 

ESA Gaming’s library of EasySwipe titles are now available to licensed operators in Sweden, including player favourites Goal Mine and FruitStaxx, as well as recently launched Egyptian Reels.  

The supplier’s games offering has grown rapidly in the last 12 months with additional titles to be added in 2022, including slots and crash-style content. 

The EasySwipe games family offers great cross-sell opportunities to sportsbooks by allowing users to enjoy the best quality casino games without disrupting the sports betting experience.  

The new certification comes off the back of a string of market entries for ESA Gaming including Greece, Portugal and Romania, with the supplier aiming to launch in additional jurisdictions in the near future as part of its ambitious growth strategy. 

Zorica Smallwood, director at ESA Gaming, said: “Further expanding the reach of our content to new territories is high up on our agenda for 2022 so we are pleased to now be able to partner with operators in Sweden, a market we have had our eyes on for a long time. 

“Both sports betting and online casino are popular verticals in Sweden and our EasySwipe games will be a perfect fit for operators wanting to boost their cross-sell capabilities and offer players a brand-new experience.”

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