April 13, 2023

Play'n GO Secures Content Accreditation in Spain

Emily Patel
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On April 5, 2023, Play'n GO, a top gaming entertainment provider, announced the acquisition of a Spanish operating permit. With this accreditation, the company can supply its independently audited content to players in Spanish casino apps.

Play'n GO Secures Content Accreditation in Spain

Recently, Play'n GO has been making progress in growing its online presence in the Spanish market, and this new operating license is a significant step in that journey. The company has also recently secured several licenses in the USA and Europe.

Magnus Thalin, the Head of Sales and Account Management for Play 'n GO, said the company aims to support its customers in expanding their businesses while keeping their players captivated and entertained with excellent casino games.

"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," Thalin added.

In 2023, Play'n GO plans to launch over 50 online slots in over 25 regulated markets around the globe. This should be good news for Swedish players. 

Play'n GO Launches in Italy on Sisal

In other related news, Play'n GO recently announced a partnership in Italy with Sisal. The deal marks a huge milestone for both powerhouses, as Italy is considered a critical iGaming market worldwide. 

Following the agreement, players on the mobile casino apps will access the supplier's flagship titles, including Tower Quest and Book of Dead. The launch further strengthens Play'n GO's partnership with Flutter Entertainment across regulated European markets. 

Emilie Zamponi, Play'n GO's Regional Director, Southern Europe and LATAM, said the Sisal partnership is exciting as it cements the company's leading position in Italy. Zamponi added that the agreement means Play'n GO now partners with 10 top European operators, a leading gambling market worldwide. 

"We are very much looking forward to working with Sisal to provide a safe, exciting gaming experience for their players," Zamponi concluded.

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Emily Patel
Emily Patel

Emily "MobiMaven" Patel is the UK's rising star in the mobile casino writing arena. Fusing her tech acumen with a sharp wit, she brings the world of mobile gaming to readers' fingertips, ensuring every tap leads to top-tier content.

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