Reports reveal that the Gambling Commission has accepted the Danish casino operator to operate in the UK. CEGO, greatly known for the online casino brands Spilnu and Lyckost, will now be in business in three regions, including Sweden and Denmark. As of 2019, the remote casino sector in the UK was the highest-grossing industry, generating a GGY of £3,190.09 billion.
The operator reported that they would adjust their content according to every region they operate in, as well as carrying on with providing recreational players with suitable games. They also added that they would provide players with the optimal playing experience and outstanding game. They minimally rely on third-party software, and 80% of their content is being brought in-house.
In-house games churn out the greater part of CEGO’s revenue from Spilnu, which was launched in Denmark in 2012, and Lyckost brought to the Swedish gambling market in 2019.
The company’s CEO stated that they are very pleased and excited to operate in a notable gambling market, such as the UK. He also added that the company is eager to take its playing experience and establishable strategy into the UK gambling market as well as provide players with top-notch games.