Most online casinos have multiple languages to choose from. This is of course to make sure that the customers enjoying their casino gambling experience get the very best service to their preferences. Supporting local languages and preferred languages shows the casinos dedication to customer experience and service. Here you can list all casinos based on whatever language you prefer.
German is a central european language spoken by 95 million people as their first language. Another 10-15 million has it as their second language. German is mainly spoken in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It is also spoken in Luxembourg. Lichtenstein, South Tyrol in Italy and in a german community in Belgium. Previously german was a second choice for many european countries in school before the global spread of english in the modern era.
Swedish is a north germanic language with its history rooted in the old Norse spoken in scandinavia during the viking era. It is the only national language in Sweden but it is also a national language in neighbouring Finland, spoken by a small minority. Almost 10 million people in Sweden has it as their first language. Old Norse as we know it today traces back to the 8th and 9th century. The old swedish developed around 13th century.
French is one of the most spread languages through colonization mainly to the west (Canada) and south (Africa). There are about 76 million native french speakers. Adding to that there are 70-100 million people that speak it as a second language. There are also a wide range of higher estimations on several hundreds of millions more, no verified statistics behind those latter numbers.
Chinese by many academics is described not as one language but a group of languages. Today chinese is usually described as traditional and simplified chinese. As a spoken language many people think about mandarin and cantonese as the two main different dialects. Mandarin is by far with an estimated 1 billion people speaking it as their first language the biggest one. In total an estimated 1.2 billion speak chinese as their first language.
Danish is a north germanic language closely related to norwegian and swedish. Danish is spoken as a first or second language or a minority language in Denmark, Greenland, Faroe Islands and Schleswig-Holstein in Germany. The specific danish identity evolved a lot during the 18th and 19th century. The early form of danish comes like norwegian and swedish from the old Norse language.