Swedish casino games developer, Play ‘n Go, has signed its latest content agreement with Isle of Man-based online gaming operator, GVC Holdings. Under the terms of the deal, Play ‘n Go will supply its full suite of games to the operator’s major brands.
Play ‘n Go has continued to expand since it was established in 2004 and now supplies casino content to more than a hundred operators, including some big names in the industry such as Mr Green, Unibet and Eurobet. Content is available in 32 different languages, making it accessible to players around the world.
The deal with GVC Holdings is a landmark multi-brand agreement that will see Play ‘n Go content available via a number of the operator’s major brands including bwin, CasinoClub, Party Casino, Betboo and Gioco Digitale.
“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,” said chief executive of Play ‘n Go, Johan Tornqvist.
“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.”
Play ‘n Go has a portfolio of around a hundreds casino games, including slots, table games, video poker games, scratch cards and fixed odds games. The deal includes all their games, including Fire Joker, Gemix, Wizard of Gems and their latest release, Grim Muerto.
“The decision to work with Play ‘n Go was an easy one,” announced chief product officer at GVC, Liron Snir. “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.”