PokerStars Casino Adds Play'n GO Games

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Internet betting site PokerStars Casino has announced that they've signed a content supply deal with Play'n GO and will offer the developer's games on their site as a result.

The full Play'n GO library will be ported to the PokerStars Casino website, which will include games like Hugo, Baker's Treat, Sweet Alchemy, and more. The games are provided via desktop and mobile devices and will bolster the full site's slot machine options. PokeStars' .com, .eu, and .co.uk domains will begin offering the games this month, with the .es, .it, and .dk sites getting the games in the third quarter.

Commenting on the agreement Play'n GO CEO Johan Tornqvist said, "The Stars Group has seen PokerStars Casino grow considerably in recent years and we're delighted to be adding our content to their offering.

"Our games are certified across more than 15 countries and with our varied, quality range of titles, we've confirmed our position as the supplier of choice to operators in regulated territories."

PokerStars Casino's Bo Wanghammar added: "PokerStars Casino has focused on improving its content offering, including through the integration of third-party suppliers. We're looking forward to working with Play'n GO to provide some great new games to our players on web, desktop and mobile."

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11 June 2018 - 9:35pm
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Should be a great deal for PokerStars Casino being able to add maybe the hottest game developer right now, that can be a bad move really.