Swinnt Granted a UKGC License and SA Gaming launches its Sexy Hall lobby feature bikini-clad live dealers. (Image from sagaming.com)
In today’s live casino news, we combine two of the hottest stories making the rounds in the live dealer vertical. Swinnt, the virtual and live casino supplier, has been awarded a licence to operate in the UK while SA Gaming, has launched its scantily clad new Sexy Hall!
The latter will certainly appeal to those that enjoy some eye candy while also playing their favourite live titles. As for the former, this is fantastic news for both SwinntLive and for UK-based live casino players.
Swinnt Now Cleared to Operate in the UK iGaming Market
Already operating in many key iGaming markets across Europe thanks to licensing from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), Swinnt has now revealed it will operate in the UK thanks to gaining a license from the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC). That license allows the fast-growing live casino supplier to enter content partnerships with UK-based operators who can now offer the firm’s fantastic portfolio of games to their customers.
Swinnt is an iGaming development company that burst on the scene in May 2019 with grand illusions of competing with the likes of NetEnt and Playtech. Initially, the brand focused on the development of video slots. To date, the company has developed over 140 titles and regularly releases new titles each month. However, due to the rapid rise of the live casino vertical, Swinnt created a live casino arm of its company called SwinntLive in December 2020.
Fast-forward a couple of years and the live brand is now operating in huge iGaming markets such as the UK and is earning recognition for the excellence it consistently delivers. An example of this is the recent nomination for the Live Casino Supplier of the Year Award at the EGR B2B Awards in London this year.