Sweden-based video slot supplier Play’n GO will increase its global market footprint, after becoming licensed and certified in two more jurisdictions.
Following the successful completion of the deals in Spain and Columbia, the company has announced the first agreement made on the competitive market of the South American country.
There’s no doubt that the new deal with Wplay.com will strengthen the company’s global position and further influence its impressive last year’s growth.
According to the officials, the company aims to make the most out of these new opportunities in the coming period.
Commenting on the latest move, Sissel Weitzhandler, Group Compliance Manager of Play’n GO said these two markets offered significant potential for growth in a different way. According to him, Spain has already established its position as one of the online casino leading markets in Europe, while Colombia has yet to fulfill its potential it the years to come.
He stated these in-depth certification processes were different from country to country, so it was a testament to the firm’s compliance team that we had acquired these without any issues, particularly with Spain and Colombia’s regulatory environments being so different.
Weitzhandler added the firm had agreed to supply its content to Wplay.com, the first online operator that had received the Colombian license last year. More similar deals are expected in the coming months.
Weitzhandler also mentioned the company’s OMNY back-office solution. Launched recently, OMNY offers exceptional omnichannel capabilities to both land-based and online operators and will allow Play’n GO to open new channels with leading operators.
Play’n GO is licensed in many jurisdictions around the world, including Alderney, Denmark, Italy, the United Kingdom, Malta, Belgium, Croatia, Czechia, Lithuania, Latvia, and Romania.
Based in Växjö, Sweden, and with offices in Malta, Hungary, and the United Kingdom, Play’n GO is an award-winning supplier of gaming content, offering its portfolio to some of the world’s biggest casino brands. The company’s games are developed in HTML5, offering a superb gaming experience across all platforms.Play’n GO has recently been named the IGA Slot Provider of the Year 2017.