Stockholm-listed betting and gaming operator Mr Green has introduced new features to reduce registration, login and withdrawal processing times for Swedish customers.
The new Express feature allows customers in Sweden to create an account using BankID, an electronic verification system used by Scandinavian financial institutions.
The operator said that the new BankID-facilitated features will work alongside existing registration, deposit and withdrawal methods and comply with the country's new iGaming regulations, which come into force on January 1st, 2019.
"At Mr Green, we focus on delivering a superior experience in a Green Gaming environment and since these new features let the customers focus on enjoying our games in a safe way, we know this will contribute to a great gaming experience," chief executive Jesper Kärrbrink said.
"This will also make the validation process of new players much easier for us, reducing the time spent approving new accounts internally, leaving even more room for us to build more smart tools in the future," he added. "We are now looking at ways to roll out these features in more of our markets where BankID and similar solutions are available."
Shares in Mr Green & Co AB (STO:MRG) were trading down 1.75 per cent at SEK50.50 per share in Stockholm early Monday.