Play’n GO Has Been Granted a Spanish Operating License

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Play’n GO, the gaming entertainment supplier, has announced it has received approval from regulators for a Spanish operating license.

This means Play’n GO will be able to self-certify its new slot games, and these titles will be available to players in the region on the day they are released. The developer has identified Spain as one of its primary markets for expansion, with increased market share in the country over the last year, and believes obtaining this license will reap rewards in the future.

Play’n GO is striving to increase its footprint in both European and North American markets, the developer has recently been granted its B2B Supplier license by the SGA to keep up with changes in Swedish regulations. Play’n GO is already licensed in the regulated states of Ontario, New Jersey, Michigan, and West Virginia and most recently entered the US State of Connecticut.

Related: Play’n GO strengthens US presence with Connecticut license.

We want to help our customers grow their businesses by retaining and engaging their players with exceptional content. Unlocking Play’n GO content in Spain will be the silver bullet for operators to help them do just that, and we’re excited about the future for our customers in Spain. With new game releases every week, we look forward to working closely with our customers in Spain to provide the best and safest casino gaming experience for all players in the region.

Magnus ThalinHead of Sales and Account Management for Play’n GO

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