Swedish news publication The Local reports that the idea is part of a wider project by the country's video game trade organization, Dataspelsbranchen.
The group recently received a 272,000 kronor ($37,000) grant from Sweden's innovation agency, Vinnova, to work with Swedish game developers to look into how games made in the country portray female characters and gender issues.
Project manager Anton Albiin said he wasn't sure yet if all games made in Sweden would come with a label, or if studios behind games that are shown to promote gender equality would be provided some form of certification to use in their marketing efforts.
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