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Zona de Azar Sweden – RAW Adds Svenska Spel Sport and Casino to Growing Roster of Operator Partners

Sweden.- October 10, 2023 Another day, another tier-one operator partnership announcement for the fast-growing RAW Group. The studio and aggregator is proud to announce that its games are live with Svenska Spel Sport and Casino.

The partnership sees players in Sweden gain access to a portfolio of thrilling slot and skill-game content via the provider’s powerful RAW Arena aggregation platform.

RAW Arena is packed full of casino games from a hand-picked selection of providers that are not afraid to push boundaries in their pursuit of putting players on the edge of their seats.

This includes titles from RAW iGaming, the Group’s in-house studio that has quickly made a name for itself thanks to the patent-pending mechanics that power its games.

RAW considers itself a pink shark in the sea of sameness. Its mission to blast industry monotony out of the sky has led to the development of stand-out titles that are now a must-have for operators wanting to engage and entertain players in markets across Europe and beyond.

This includes the patent-pending SuperSlice® and SuperTracks®, both of which tear up the rulebook when it comes to what players expect from a slot game. Players at Svenska Spel are also among the first to experience RAW’s latest game-changing mechanics, SuperStretch™ and SuperSymbols™.

They can do this on titles such as the high-performing Joker & The Thief SuperSlice™ and SuperTracks Railways®, as well as Mad Joker SuperSlice®, Lucky McGee’s SuperSlice® Swirl, Raging Super2Ways™, Ramses & the Book of Rings SuperSlice® and the latest release Aztec Supertracks™.

The RAW Group is disrupting the status quo of slot provision by bringing something new to the table via game mechanics that really are unique. For example, RAW iGaming’s SuperSlice® engine uses wheels instead of reels while the SuperTracks® engine uses pathways or tracks to determine wins. Not only do these games stand out for how they look, they incorporate more ways to enhance anticipation and excitement that is far removed from the traditional raft of same, same slot games.

Svenska Spel, Sweden’s state-owned gambling operator, is one of the most established and trusted brands in the market and knows exactly how to deliver an experience that not only meets but exceeds player expectations.

Tom WoodCEO of RAW Group, says, “This calibre of operator partner shows the company is now a top-flight content provider to the industry’s power players.

Svenska Spel Sport and Casino is a big name not only in Sweden but the wider European gambling market and for it to have selected our titles for its lobby proves there is tremendous demand for genuinely fresh content that offers new experiences to players. This is something our games provide in spades.

“Svenska Spel is just the sort of partner we like to work with – established, trusted and just as committed to being a disrupter as we are.”

Niklas Örtbrant, Head of Online Casino at Svenska Spel Sport and Casino, added: “Player preferences are always changing and, as an operator, it’s our job to stay on top of these trends and ensure our game lobby offers what our players are looking for. In RAW, we have a content partner that is completely reinventing casino content with mechanics that stand out. This difference is something that we and our players are seeking, which in turn makes this one of our most important integrations to date.”

Edited by @pererarte


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