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    Philippines Supplier License for Play’n GO

    Philippines Supplier License for Play’n GO

    Author Mathias Jensen Published Published 04/04-2019

    Play’n GO are one of many Swedish developers taking advantage of the changing betting landscape in this Scandinavian country. They have signed several new deals, launched several new titles, and greatly expanded their reach across Sweden as a result.

    But they are now starting to look further afield and have set their sights on the Philippines with a software supplier license from the Philippines Amusement and Gaming Corporation regulator.

    New Titles

    Play’n GO are on a roll right now, having recently released some of their biggest titles to date, including the graffiti based Cash Vandal, which takes players across three major European cities, and Golden Colts, which is set in an Old West town that is overrun by the undead.

    These titles and more will now be offered to iGaming brands that are setting-up shop in the Philippines. Play’n GO have a license to supply online casinos across the country, which in turn can provide players in the Philippines with a wealth of gambling options.

    A Growing Presence

    Play’n GO were established back in 2005 with the goal of supplying back-end gaming solutions to online casinos and other betting sites all over the world. In the last few months it announced its Omny innovation, which helps to hasten the process and to offer something a little extra to the casinos that signup with them.

    A spokesperson for the brand noted that they already have a “strong presence” in regulated online gambling markets but are always looking to expand their reach. The Philippines license, they said, “fits perfectly” with their global strategy and will help them in their pursuit of greatness.

    Play’n GO have the experience, the games, and the reputation needed to keep this momentum going and in 2019 we could see them expand into new countries and new markets. It’s also likely that we’ll see them sign deals with many European and non-European casinos, who can then supply Play’n GO’s casino games.

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