The poker boom struck down hard in the gambling crazy Sweden. Great players like Viktor Blom, Mikael Thuritz, Martin Jacobson and many more rose to prominence from the small country. But just like in the rest of Europe the poker hype has passed, and casino is now the new hype. And the Swedes are definitely in the forefront when it comes to casino gambling as well.
There’s truly a never ending interest in online casino in Sweden. The preferred casino sites are the ones with playful themes with easy sign up processes. Swedish casino players also fancy casinos founded by fellow Swedes. The hottest brands right now probably are Vera & John, Casumo, Casinostugan, Leo Vegas, Mobilbet and Rizk. They are all fairly new casinos. But they have managed to gain in popularity very quickly. The bigger and more established brands like Unibet and Betsson are of course also favourites among Swedes.
There are a few common denominators among the most popular Swedish casino brands. A clean casino lobby and high quality games are essential, but Swedes are also particularly fond of big casino bonuses. The Swedish casino portal www.bastacasinobonus.se has gathered an extensive list of the most popular casino brands in the country. The list was recently re-launched with a new sorting function focused on the value of casino bonus offers. Users can manually sort the list on best no deposit bonuses and the best deposit bonuses.
The most interesting thing about the list is that it also takes wagering requirements into account. There are a lot of bonuses where you can get several thousand SEK (10 SEK = 1.23 USD) in extra cash but with a huge caveat in form of a wagering requirement. Therefore you may see a huge bonus rank poorly if the wagering requirement is too big. Jenny Eriksson, editor of bastacasinobonus.se commented: “The list is helpful for those who are looking for a way to easily see the most valuable bonuses with wagering requirements taken into consideration.” The website is currently only available in Swedish but there are plans to expand the language options to include the Nordic languages as well as English.