GVC confirms Swedish launch for bwin and partypoker

GVC Holdings has confirmed that following receipt of a Swedish gaming licence, it has launched bwin and partypoker in the country.

Both brands now offer dedicated websites under the .se extension, with an Android mobile app is also available, with an iOS version expected to follow over the coming days.

bwin.se will utilise the feature-set and content from the group’s flagship European sports betting brand, offering both pre-match and in-play betting on a wide portfolio of sporting events.

Swedish customers will also be able to access GVC’s casino offer, which boasts content from 33 third-party games developers as well as unique titles created by the group’s in-house studio. In total over 650 slots, jackpots and live table games are on offer from day one, including many exclusives titles unavailable anywhere else.

The Group’s poker offer will be led by partypoker.se, a localised adaptation of its premier poker brand. Swedish players will be able to take advantage of partypoker’s tournament schedule including The Power Series, Daily Majors and Super Sunday, as well as its Sit & Go Jackpots, where three hands can net a prize of over $1m.

Commenting on the launch, Shay Segev, GVC’s Chief Operating Officer emphasised: “We are delighted to get the year off to a positive start with the launch of bwin.se and partypoker.se. We are confident that Swedish customers will enjoy what we believe is the best and most comprehensive online gaming experience in the market.

“Launching two new labels in such a short space of time after receiving our licence, demonstrates the flexibility of our unique proprietary technology platform.”

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