The action follows a tougher law against TV piracy, which came into effect on August 1, which makes it easier to prosecute pirate operators.
The man from Gothenburg started his services in January 2012 and was selling access to Viasat and Cana Digital services at about 20% of the official retail prices.
The prosecution is currently analysing the computer and administration of the man, and will bring the case before a court in early 2015.
Meanwhile, Swedish court have sentenced two persons who were involved in card-sharing activities.
The Svea Court of Appeal has increased both the prison sentence as well as the damages for a man. Last year, the Södertälje district court condemned man last year for violating the decoding Act. The original sentence was one year in prison and 37 million in damages to Canal Digital and Viasat. The ruling was appealed by the man.
The higher court increased damages to 22 million Kroner to to Canal Digital and 20 million to Viasat.
The man was convicted for selling card sharing services to the to Canal Digital and Viasat services, with up to 2,000 customers of the pirate service.
Vänersborgs District Court convicted a 29-year old man from Trollhättan to a conditional sentence and damages to the tune of 4.6 million kroner in damages to three parties, Com Hem, Canal Digital and Viasat.
He was selling these services during 2011 and 2912 to at least 75 people, but the prosecution believes the total number of customers could be as high as 400.