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Daily News: Betsson leaves the UK, Global Gaming will not return to Sweden and more

Betsson leaves the UK market

According to the operator's representative, deposits, bets and registrations would not be accepted since October 21, 2020. This applies to all brands operating in the country: Betsafe, Betsson, CasinoEuro, Jackpot247, LiveRoulette, SuperCasino and Racebets.

It is noted in the company's press release that the operator has made this decision in order to focus on developing a single brand - Rizk.

Recall that at the beginning of the month the operator also announced that it left Germany.

Codere is close to the legal market in Argentina

Gambling operator Codere became the first operator to take a step towards obtaining an online gambling license in the capital of Argentine, Buenos Aires.

The operator's suggestion to introduce online gaming was approved by the Lotería de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires (LOTBA), the online gambling regulator.

Although entering the market is officially prohibited to offshore brands, the government practically does not put pressure on foreign operators, so they can easily accept players from Argentina. As for obtaining a license: Argentina has a system similar to the licensing system operating in the United States - each state (province) issues permission for gambling activities independently, within the state.

Global Gaming won’t return to Sweden

The Swedish Administrative Court of Appeal affirmed the gambling regulator Spelinspektionen's decision to revoke Global Gaming's license made in July.

This means that we shouldn’t expect the operator to return to the Swedish market in the nearest future.

The operator owns Ninja Casino, SpeLandet, NettiCasino and Viking Slots.

It should be noted that in the face of such a serious regulatory policy in Sweden, it is not surprising that not all brands survive.

Mr. Green will open in the Spanish market

As it became known on October 19, 2020, Mr. Green has obtained a license from la Dirección General del Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ) to provide gambling in Spain.

For those unaware, Mr Green is a pretty strong guys. They have already had an established system of operating in such markets. For their partners, a new market and an empty player base with which you can interact according to a well-established scheme means a very good conversion rate and, as a result, an increase in profits.