Play’n GO continues its active development. In early March, it became known about obtaining a license to work in the Ontario market. Now the provider also has permission from the Gibraltar Gaming Commission. This will allow entering into partnership agreements with new operators and attracting the attention of an even larger audience to their products.
Sissel Weitzhandler, Chief Risk and Compliance Officer at Play’n GO, commented on the news: “We are very pleased to receive approval from the Gibraltar Licensing Authority. A lot of work has been done for this. We had to collect a large package of documents, go through dozens of checks, introduce security contributions. But all this was not in vain. We have received a license, which will now allow us to enter a new market and enter into profitable partnership agreements.”
Magnus Olsson, Chief Commercial Officer of Play’n GO, added: “Our team has gone to great lengths to obtain permission to operate in Ontario. But the issuance of the Gibraltar license was an equally important event for us. This will allow Play’n GO to operate across jurisdictions in regulated markets around the world. We will be able to attract large operators to cooperation. To do this, we now have all the necessary permits, as well as a high-quality product portfolio with a huge number of titles.”
Under the B2C license from the Gibraltar Gaming Commission, Play’n GO will be able to provide its customers with a large catalog of slots. These included popular titles: Rex 2, Reactoonz, Book of Dead, Rise of Olympus and others. The provider will begin to conclude new partnership agreements from April 1 – after the entry into force of the issued license.
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