For any online game developer, expanding to new markets is a big milestone. That's what Play’n GO, the leading online game developer, has been experiencing, as it expands into new territories and solidifies its reputation in the industry. The company has also had a number of certifications lately, also adding a boost to its reputation.In a recent press release, the Sweden-based firm said that while the company already has a presence in 15 regulated markets around the world, it has now also entered Sweden and is planning enter Portugal, both huge markets for online gaming.
In 2018, Portugal’s land-based casinos had a record growth, and now the casino market has also grown in Sweden. Play’n Go is one of the first game developers to take enter Sweden as the new regulations come into effect. The company also decided to make all its new offerings compliant to the regulations of the region. This boosted their reputation to a great extent.
Not only in gaming content, but Play’n Go continues to be the leader in compliance also. In a press release, the company announced that they are the strongest supplier in regulated markets, something they are proud of. In future, they aim to remain committed to this cause, while also providing great gaming content at the same time.
After countries like Sweden, Czech Republic and Portugal, the company is also preparing to expand to other European countries as well as Latin America. But regardless of where the company next expands to, one thing that will always have priority is compliance. That’s why Play’n Go only operates in regulate dregions, unlike many other companies that offer content in unregulated regions.
That’s not all. Play’n Go was also awarded ‘Slot Provider of the Year 2019’ at the 12th International Gaming Awards held in London. They received this accolade for their innovative work in the last twelve months.
This month also marks the launch of a new slot by the company, called Wild Falls, which is a 5-reel-slot and is set against the backdrop of the Klondike Gold Rush of the 19th Century.