Play’n Go aiming to become ‘the silver bullet for operators’ in Spain

Silver Bullet

A spree of certifications has been continued by Play’n GO after the online casino studio secured a licence to supply its gaming suite in the Spanish market.

This latest addition is hailed as “another major step” by the igaming developer, with a target set to maintain a path of increasing market share across the quarters that lie ahead.

As a result of this latest regulatory nod, which follows the addition of licences in Europe and the US, Play’n GO is certified to supply its digital gaming suite to Spanish customers.

This, said the group, will enable players to access “the best possible gaming experience”. Play’n GO is set to release more than 50 online slot titles in 2023, and is active in more than 25 regulated jurisdictions worldwide.

Magnus Thalin, Head of Sales and Account Management for Play’n GO, said: “We want to help our customers grow their businesses by retaining and engaging their players with exceptional content.

“Unlocking Play’n Go content in Spain will be the silver bullet for operators to help them do just that, and we’re excited about the future for our customers in Spain.

“With new game releases every week, we look forward to working closely with our customers in Spain to provide the best, and safest casino gaming experience for all players in the region.”

Last month, Play’n GO became one of a number of firm’s to secure a Swedish B2B licence, with the half decade long permits valid from July 1, 2023.

Following a slew of 2022 certifications, as well as an igaming permit in Connecticut in late February, this will enable the firm to maintain provisions in its founding country.

“Sweden is Play’n GO’s home turf,” said Magnus Olsson, Chief Commercial Officer for Play’n Go. 

“We are most certainly a global company today, with both staff and customers all over the world, but we maintain our firm roots in Sweden to this day. It’s extra special for us to receive one of the first licences from the regulator Spelinspektionen.