Play’n GO – Game provider
Play’n GO is a Swedish game provider, originally from Växjö (where the headquarters still is located) and was founded in 2011. There are also offices in Malta and Play’n GOs games are available at most casinos. Play’n GO focuses a lot on producing high quality games for users and being mobile-friendly.
They have thought it all through when you producing games, and of course places great emphasis on the game, its features and graphics. Furthermore they also puts a lot of resources on the systems behind the game. Smart systems are developed that can easily be adapted to the design and function of the operator. Even the systems behind it all that integrates the games into the operator’s business, are properly developed.
The systems are called Gaming Account Toolkit and of course the implementation with systems like these becomes extremely fast and good which makes it extra interesting for an operator to work with them. The same system also provides reporting and statistics that can be easily exported and used so that reporting and data are managed smoothly.
Winner at the EGR Nordics Awards
In January 2019, Play’n GO received the best provider of the casino platform at the EGR Nordics Awards and is proof that they really invested in this solution. Play’n GO also has the OMNY®-CHANNEL MAGIC product that enables you as a player to move your game between different devices and continue where you left off.
Custom built games for operators
Play’n GO also produces slot games to other manufacturers on order. Among the slot games that can be mentioned in that category are the slot Leprechaun Goes Egypt for Unibet and Gumball 3000 which was developed to Betsafe. Famous slot machines from Play’n GO are Book of Dead, Rage to Riches, Mystery Joker, Pearls of India, Gemix and Energoonz. You probably already have your own favorite?
Since the slot machines have different RTP it is also a matter of taste what you prefer. Either if you like to win fewer times and bigger or win often and a little less, you should look at how the games place themselves. We are confident that Play’n GO will continue to deliver very interesting games in the future.