Play’n GO Games Now Available in Portugal and Philippines
Play’n GO, the slot provider of the year 2019 and developer of popular casino games like Book of Dead, has announced today that its games have been certified for launch in Portugal. The news comes less than a month after the push into the Philippines market, making for three regulated markets with Sweden where the iGaming company has launched this year alone.
On 20 March Play’n GO announced that it has become one of the licensed casino suppliers as authorised by the market’s regulating body PAGCOR (Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation). The name of the first online casino to launch the games hasn’t been announced but locals won’t have to wait long to get hands on their popular and new slots like Golden Colts, Cash Vandal, and Contact, which just debuted with eye-popping 3D visuals.
Today the studio is celebrating yet another successful accreditation by the authorities in Portugal, which opens a wealth of possibilities in a newly-regulated European market. In fact, if you’re from the beautiful country of Portugal then you can already try your luck on hit Play’n GO titles at the reputable PokerStars Casino.
There are 40 Play’n GO games set for release this year, including popular video slots like Rise of Olympus, Sweet Alchemy, and Legacy of Egypt. As CEO Johan Törnqvist told the public: “We want as many people as possible to enjoy our games, and we also want our clients, both current and future, to be able to rely on us to have a presence wherever they seek to develop their operations. We are excited by this move into a new market, and we look forward to exploring more new ground in the future.”
Other licenses that the company already has include the UK Gambling Commission, Malta Gaming Authority, Alderney Gambling Control Commission, the Belgian Gaming Commission, and the gaming authority in Rumania.
That said, it’s been a spectacular year for the studio so far and this is nothing but great news to punters who’ve been cut off from the world-class games due to local legislation. Visit the Play’n GO casinos page to see where else can you find their games as of today, including frequent bonuses on Book of Dead!