Play’n GO Signs Major Content Deal with GVC Holdings

Posted on August 18, 2016 by CasinoCashJourney

In line with the company’s long-term goals of industry expansion, Play’n GO has announced the signing of yet another content deal. This time, the company has signed to provide its gaming content to GVC Holdings PLC. GVC is the owner and operator of highly respected online casino brands such as Party Casino, Casino Club, Gioco Digitale, Betboo and bwin, one of the industry’s top online gambling destinations.


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About the GVC Holdings Play’n GO Agreement

Under the terms of the deal, GVC sites will be given total access to Play’n GO’s games portfolio, which includes over 100 games in popular gaming categories like table games (blackjack, roulette, baccarat, Pai Gow, Casino Hold’em), scratch cards, video poker, Bespoke slots and 3D video slots. GVC’s customers are sure to enjoy playing exciting video slots such as Cloud Quest, Jolly Roger, Pimped, Cops n Robbers, Rags to Riches and Play’n GO’s hot new releases, Grim Muerto and Hugo.

According to Johan Tornqvist, Play’n GO’s Chief Executive Officer, in a press release: “We’re thrilled to partner with GVC Holdings, and their many outstanding brands, to share our full suite of exciting and premium titles with their players in regulated markets the world over. We’ve had an incredibly successful 2016 already and with an impressive array of new games on the way, I’m certain the best is yet to come.”

On behalf of the group at GVC Holdings, Liron Snir, GVC Holding’s Chief Product Office added: “The decision to work with Play’n GO was an easy one. They have a truly impressive suite of premium games that we know our players can’t wait to play. We’re excited to get started.”

This particular move indicates there’s still plenty of room for major software developers to create a larger following for its software platforms and gaming content. Gone is the day when a major online casino site settles on just one games portfolio, giving up the competitive opportunity to offer a larger base of popular online casino games from a larger body of talented game designers.

The Stockholm-based Play’n GO has been plying its trade since 1997, making it one of the industry’s old guard. The company is currently licensed to provide iGaming content with the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, the Malta Gaming Authority and the UK Gambling Commission.