Openbox Gaming has voiced much excitement in teaming-up with “such a vibrant and energetic company” after disclosing a partnership with Play’n GO.
This will see the former, a distributor of igaming content across Asia and other markets, enter into an agreement to integrate the entire Play’n GO gaming suite onto the group’s platform.
The online casino content developer, which provides its portfolio to casino operators in over 25 jurisdictions, boasts a roster of more than 300 titles. These include Book of Dead, Reactoonz, Sweet Alchemy and USA Flip, as well as the group’s flagship Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead game.
“Play’n GO has a strong desire in delivering maximum entertainment and satisfaction,” said Richard Hogg, Openbox Gaming CEO. “We’re elated to partner up with such a vibrant and energetic company like Play’n GO.
“It’s really a dynamic and diverse bunch of exciting igames as well as being aesthetically pleasing. We are excited about the support given to us, on our platform that displays a myriad of games.”
Last month, Play’n GO concluded its business for 2022 after the firm debuted in West Virginia following the approval of a state licence.
Obtaining its third US licence of the year, adding to New Jersey and Michigan, as well as Ontario, the Swedish company was looking to launch its suite of slots in the Mountain State.