Play’n GO Joins CGA to Promote Responsible Gambling

Play’n GO, a leading casino entertainment provider, has announced it has become a member of the Canadian Gaming Association (CGA), the national trade association representing gambling stakeholders in the jurisdiction.

Play’n GO joins membership of the Canadian Gaming Association.

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The CGA represents both land-based and online casino gambling operations in the country and has a membership of more than 70 organizations, promoting Responsible Gaming and is trying to focus on creating a sustainable gambling environment.

We’re pleased to welcome Play’n GO to the Canadian Gaming Association. Play’n GO’s values align perfectly with our own- advancing the evolution of Canada’s gaming industry in a safe way that protects players. We’re glad to have them on board.

Paul BurnsPresident and CEO of the Canadian Gaming Association

Play’n GO Membership Demonstrates Its Commitment to RG

Since 2005, Play’n GO has grown into one of the leading providers of online slot games and has a presence in more than 26 jurisdictions. It currently has a portfolio of more than 300 titles and has some of the top-performing slots including Book of Dead, Reactoonz, and Moon Princess.

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Play’n GO states this move demonstrates its commitment to regulatory compliance and looks forward to collaborating with other members of the CGA to ensure a regulated, responsible, and sustainable gaming industry in Canada.

Play’n GO has long advocated for a safe, regulated iGaming industry, and we’re proud to join an official body like the Canadian Gaming Association that shares those goals. We look forward to collaborating with fellow stakeholders within the Association to achieve a brighter, more sustainable future for us all, and we thank the Canadian Gaming Association for accepting our membership application.

Saam HafeziHead of Region in North America at Play’n GO

The developer continues to increase its footprint in both European and North American markets, and Play’n GO was granted a Spanish license in September last year.

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