Karamba and Goliath have solved Swedish measures


Karamba and Goliath, as well as the other Aspire Global companies, have been criticized earlier this year for having missed some measures required to have a gaming license by the Swedish gaming commission. Among other things, it was noted that they earlier failed to integrate correctly with the national self-exclusion database Spelpaus.se. In addition, it was necessary to add a self-test and a game boundary device to continue access to the Swedish license. The measures now seem to have been completely resolved according to an article in igamingbusiness.com.

An Aspire Global spokesman says:
"We immediately took all the necessary steps to solve the technical problem and all our Swedish websites are now up and running. Aspire Global sees consistency and responsible gaming as a top priority. We are committed to working with the Swedish rules to give our players a safe gaming environment."