Play’n GO Signs Content Deal with Italian Operator Eurobet

Posted on March 28, 2016 by CasinoCashJourney

The first quarter of 2016 has been very encouraging for iGaming software developer Play’n GO. On the heels of a couple of key game releases and content deals, the company strikes again with a new content deal just signed with leading Italian online casino operator Eurobet.

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The new deal, which was announced on March 22, gives Eurobet full access to Play’n GO’s full portfolio of premium mobile and desktop content. The deal puts an exclamation mark on the fact Play’n GO just completed its certification process with the Italian iGaming authorities. The company is now authorized to offer its services to online casino operators doing business in Italy.

Play’n GO’s Slots and Games Now Available at Eurobet Casino

Play’n GO’s portfolio of games consists of 90 titles, mostly video slots with a scattering of table games and scratch cards thrown in for good measure. The company’s most popular video slot titles include Cloud Quest (new), Samba Carnival (new), Wizard of Gems (new), Tower Quest, Pearls of India, Monster Smash, Energoonz and Jolly Roger.

Play’n GO’s Chief Executive Officer Johan Tornqvist had this to say in a press release: “We are delighted to have our content go live with Eurobet and can’t wait to see all of Italy delight in our innovative, premium content. Italy is a tremendously important market for us, and we’ve laboured hard and long over a period of months to provide partners like Eurobet with everything they need to ensure success. It’s just the start of our relationship, but we’re certain it will bear fruit for many years to come.”

On behalf of Eurobet, Alfredo Melloni, Head of Gaming, stated, “Play’n GO’s games are of the highest quality and we’re excited to be able to offer our players their full suite of content, be they mobile or desktop based. Eurobet has a commitment to excellence running through our veins and we’re pleased to have a partner like Play’n GO who shares our ideals. I’m sure this is just the start of a long relationship.”

Play’n GO‘s primary headquarters are located in Växjö, SWEDEN. They also maintain offices in Malta, Hungary and The Philippines. The company has 55+ employees, mostly computer “geeks” who are charged with creating and developing cutting edge iGaming content for consumption by players located all around the world. Its Gaming Account Toolkit (GAT) software platform is currently available with over 100 different operators in as many as 32 different languages. The company’s main claim to fame is being one of the first software providers to reach the mobile gaming market.