Play’n GO secures first customer in new market

Play’n GO secures first customer in new market

Friday, January 19, 2018 Posted by Craig Davies
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Company newly licensed in Spain and Colombia

Omni channel slots supplier Play’n GO has announced that it is now licensed and certified in two more jurisdictions.

Following deals being completed to serve two more major markets, in Spain and Colombia, the firm has also revealed its first content agreement within the latter.

Whilst stating that Spain "has confirmed its position as one of Europe’s largest markets of late," a fresh deal with W.play.co in Colombia sees the company look “to continue its impressive growth of the last year.”

Play’n GO has stated that is it to look to exploit these new opportunities in the coming months, with a concerted sales push.

Sissel Weitzhandler, Group Compliance Manager of Play’n GO, told TotallyGaming.com: “Both Spain and Colombia offer us significant potential for growth in different ways. Spain is confirming its position as one of the leading European territories when it comes to online casino, while up-and-coming Colombia is set for substantial progress in the next few years.

“Building on our certification in Colombia, we have agreed to supply our content to Wplay.co, the first online operator to be granted a licence in the territory last year, and we look forward to signing similar deals in the coming months.”

“Our recently launched OMNY back-office solution, which provides truly omni-channel capabilities to both land-based and remote operators, and their customers, will also allow us to open up new channels with leading operators in the territories.”

The supplier is already compatible with numerous jurisdictions, including Alderney, Denmark, Italy, the United Kingdom, Malta, Belgium, Croatia, Czechia, Lithuania, Latvia and Romania, with other territories currently in the process of confirming Play’n GO’s games.

Totally Gaming says: It says a lot about the Play’n GO offering, that the firm has secured licenses in a number of worldwide markets, with certification processes differing from country to country. After also securing it’s first agreement to supply content within Colombia, the firm will now be looking to push on to maximise its brand offering within its two new markets.

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