Having been given the all-clear to enter the Swedish online gaming market, operator Group Global Gaming is making final preparations to go live in Sweden during the first quarter of 2019.
Global Gaming has been awarded an online gaming licence in Sweden through its subsidiary SafeEnt and is set to promote two of its major brands – Ninja Casino and SpelLandet to Swedish players.
Much to the players’ satisfaction, the operator has most recently struck a deal with the innovative payment provider Zimpler . Global Gaming casinos were previously dependent on one payment provider and the introduction of Zimpler will significantly enhance the customer experience.
Global Gaming CEO, Joacim Moller, is confident the latest move will reduce transaction-related expenses going forward and ultimately affect the group’s gross margin.
“Our operation will not be dependent on one payment provider, which will improve our margins.”, he said.
Widely considered to be one of the most innovative and advanced payments methods on the market, Zimpler has most recently launched its Zimpler GO.
This facility identifies customers as they make a deposit in a similar way to the service Global Gaming already has in place with its leading brands, Ninja Casino and SpelLandet.
“With our new product, Zimpler GO, we look forward to further simplifying the payment experience, offering a wallet with the most popular payment methods”, Zimpler CEO, Kristofer Ekman Sinclair, commented.
Being the industry’s pioneers in terms of simplifying the registration and payment processes, both Ninja Casino and Zimpler GO are ready to bring innovation and creativity to Sweden as of 1st January 2019