Play’n GO, the rapidly expanding online game studio, receives a license in Spain

Online casino games developer Play’n GO has one Gambling operator license in Spain very desirable. The development furthers the Växjö, Sweden-based desktop and mobile developer’s recent strategy to focus on Spain and the players there. Several of the most recent quarters of operations have seen growth in the region.

With the certification of the Spanish authoritiesthe company can now Games for self-certification there and launching them in Spain while at the same time going to other regulated markets in Europe and elsewhere.

The addition of a Spanish license to the company’s arsenal of certified gaming regions is a major step forward for the company Officially launched in 2017 after a decade of outsourcing work to other vendors.

Spanish customers Not only will they continue to enjoy their favorite Play’n GO titles, they will now receive them hot off the press without undue delay as new games reach the wider distribution network. The company is active in more than two dozen regulated jurisdictions and plans to release more than 50 new titles in the calendar year 2023.

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

“Unblocking Play’n GO content in Spain will be the silver bullet for operators to help them do this and we look forward to the future for our customers in Spain.”

“With new games being released every week, we look forward to working closely with our customers in Spain to bring the best and safest casino gaming experience to all players in the region.”

Market launch of sisal strengthens Italian position

In other news, Play’n GO also has announced a partnership with SisalA leading gambling operator in Italy. The market has become one important sector for the Swedish company with licenses in 25 regulated jurisdictions and this partnership is a great success for the developer.

Play’n GO is already working with Flutter Entertainment, Sisal’s parent company announced the takeover of the Italian gambling leader in late December 2021 and completed the purchase of the online gambling and lottery operator for €1.91 billion in August next year.

Players on the Sisal platform now have access to games such as Tower Quest and the company’s flagship title, Book of Dead, along with many other popular games.

Emilie Zamponi, Head of Play’n GO for Latin America and Southern Europe said: “Our partnership with Sisal is very attractive to Play’n GO as it further cements our position as the leading casino entertainment provider in the Italian region.”

“This announcement means Play’n GO is now [tiene]

formal partnerships with the 10 leading operators in Italy, one of the largest gambling markets in the world. We very much look forward to working with Sisal to provide their players with a safe and engaging gaming experience.”

The latest Slashimi online slots – one of fifty coming in 2023

With expansion into new markets in Europe and America, Play’n GO plans to maintain the cadence of new game releases with up to one weekly release for next year, according to a press release late last week.

The latest title to hit the internet tubes is Slashimi, a game involving the sushi chef, his extremely sharp tool, the cleaver, and the tasty delicacy of thinly sliced ​​raw meat or fish, served with no rice or other side dishes.

As is the case with most slot machine themes, this one “catches”. Theme kitchen in general, but it seems based on myth or urban lore that wrongly tells us that all sushi with fish is sashimi — but that’s okay.

The star of the slot is a chef Jiro Miike who can do it Split most of the symbols on the reels in two, by splitting them into more chances to win. The Golden Soy Wild and Wasabi Scatter are immune to his sword and abilities. But look at all those fixed symbols! The division of symbols can Create up to 1,000 winning routes on the rolls.

Land three of these Wasabi Scatter symbols to trigger 5 Free Spins. Sliced ​​(split) symbols in the Free Spins round become “sticky” and remain during the bonus round. Land three more scatter symbols on a free spin for more free spins.

George Olekszy is Head of Retention at Play’n GO. Called: “Slashimi’s two-for-one symbols are the real main course.”

We’ve got a few cute-themed slots in our closet, so it was only right that we treat fans to a tasty main course. The split symbol mechanic is innovative. Because the slot is easy to follow, it’s great for newbies, but it also packs a lot of depth that slots enthusiasts will appreciate.”

Spring: Latest news from Play’n, 5-6. April 2023

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