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Internet casino game developer Play'n GO has announced that they've been licensed to begin conducting gaming operations in the markets of Spain and Colombia.
The licensing comes after the company subjected itself to outside auditing and compliance checks. The company will join the established Spanish market, while also joining the young Colombian market by offering their services to the limited number of operators in the country. Play'n GO develops table games, slots, video poker games, scratch cards, and bingo titles.
Speaking about the certifications Play'n GO Group Compliance Manager Sissel Weitzhandler said, "Play'n GO has a strong history of providing quality, certified gaming content to European and LatAm operators, and it's these licences which make us attractive to local operators.
"These in-depth certification processes differ from country to country, so it's testament to our compliance team that we've acquired these without any issues, particularly with Spain and Colombia's regulatory environments being so different.
"Each certification program or software licence we acquire secures our position as the leading games provider to regulated markets, and the experience gained throughout the numerous processes will benefit us as we continue to grow into new territories."