Reflex Gaming

Reflex Gaming, the omni-channel game supplier based in the UK, has secured a coveted license from Spelinspektionen, paving the way for the company to continue to offer its video slot games to operators in the Swedish market.

As of later this year, all providers will be required to obtain approval from Spelinspektionen to operate in the market.

Reflex Gaming has made significant strides in the online slot market since entering in 2020, with hit titles such as Desperate Dawgs and Dublin Up. Reflex’s games are distributed to Sweden and throughout Europe via the Yggdrasil Masters Program and this license will underline the company’s commitment to expansion in regulated markets.

Mat Ingram, CPO of Reflex Gaming, said, “We’re thrilled that we are one of the first suppliers to be granted a Swedish license. The Swedish market is an important one for the company and our games have been popular with Swedish players. We’re delighted that players will be able to continue to enjoy our games as we have a fantastic roadmap of content lined up for 2023 and beyond!”

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Reflex Gaming’s success spans both the analogue and digital machine sectors, B2B online and B2C social casino and has produced leading blockbuster titles across all markets. Reflex Gaming’s expertise includes game design and development, platforms and systems development, mechanical design and development and production.
Reflex was enviably ranked #45 in the Sunday Times’ Hiscox Tech Track rankings, which lists the 100 fastest tech growing companies in the UK.

In 2019, Reflex merged with a leading UK domestic operator, Dransfields, providing them with additional resources to pursue their ambitious growth plans, and creating a vertically-integrated solutions provider for the land-based gaming sectors.

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