Amber Gaming and Nordic Gambling have today jointly announced the launch of the first online compliance courses tailored specifically for gambling operators in Sweden.
They are being delivered via the Compliance Academy platform, the market-leader in elearning software for the global gambling industry.
The three new courses cover anti-money laundering (AML), responsible gambling (RG), and the regulatory framework and environment in Sweden.
The content has been developed by the legal and regulatory experts at Nordic Gambling, the most prolific legal firm engaged in the preparation of licences for gambling operators in the region.
Their specialist market knowledge has been combined with that of Amber Gaming, which has been offering tailored elearning to the sector via its hugely successful Compliance Academy product for several years.
Maria McDonald, Partner at Nordic Gambling, said: “As the regulated Nordic gambling markets continue to grow, it’s essential that operators encourage and maintain high compliance standards. By offering our expertise in an online course format, powered by SMP’s software, we’re able to help operators instil a culture of compliance amongst all their staff, reducing organisational risk and improving outcomes for players.”
Jade Zorab, Head of Corporate Development at Amber Gaming said: “We’re extremely pleased to partner with the immensely talented team at Nordic Gambling to deliver these courses. We’ve seen the positive impact that elearning can have for operators and the players that put their trust in them and we are committed to expanding our already extensive suite of courses into new jurisdictions. Sweden now joins the UK, Isle of Man, Malta and Gibraltar in the list of jurisdictions we have tailored content for, with more on the horizon.”
The courses are available from both companies on the same subscription pricing model. In contrast to the traditional pay-as-you-go model used by other providers, it grants permanent access to all the courses as well as deep learning analytics, regulatory reporting, and regular content updates for a low per-user-per-year fee.