Play’n GO has proudly announced their most recent certification and the plans for entering new markets. New certification will give more freedom to their operators and a higher quality selection of games to their players.
Play’n GO is cementing their reputation as the supplier of choice for regulated markets as they have implemented new certifications that include the addition of in-game progressive jackpots in Italy and the offering of video bingo, video poker and a selection of slot and table games in Spain.
Nearly 70 additional slot titles are now available in the Czech Republic as well as the offering of table games in Colombia. The fact that the company chose to make their entire portfolio compliant in the regions they operate in, these market updates come as testaments to how determined Play’n GO is to give its operators as innovative a portfolio available as possible and more freedom of choice.
“We are committed to being the strongest supplier in regulated markets. This approach is an integral part of our products and operations. We continuously strive to be even better at what we do not only seeing that our products adhere to the strictest standards while providing a great entertainment experience,” Head of Compliance Sissel Weitzhandler spoke about Play’n GO’s new certification.
“We have a strong presence in regulated markets, and it’s growing continuously. Our goal is to expand even further in Europe and increase our presence in Latin America. Wherever we go, our partners can be certain to be fully compliant in those markets.”
Play’n GO is already offering content in 15 regulated jurisdictions globally and this year they made steps towards entering the two growing markets in the industry. Firstly, as the new laws opened the market in Sweden, they were the first to use it and make deals with SvenskaSpel and ATG, and now they are preparing to enter Portugal.
At the prestigious IGA Awards held Monday evening at London’s famous Savoy Hotel, Play’n GO won the Slot Provider of the Year award amidst some heavy competition in the category. They were shortlisted for two more categories the Great Place to Work Award and Mobile Product of the Year.
“It’s an amazing feeling to have come away with this award!” CEO Johan Törnqvist said as he took some time to speak about the company after the win.
“Everyone at Play’n GO works together to maintain and advance upon the quality and consistency we bring to all of our products. It is this teamwork and togetherness that allows us to thrive as a company and earns us awards like this.”