Play'n GO Obtains Gibraltar License

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Casino game supplier Play'n GO announced this week that they've been granted a gaming license through the Licensing Authority of Gibraltar, coming weeks after the company was able to successfully get an Ontario license.

The Gibraltar license will see Play'n GO be able to offer its games to casinos that also hold a license through the jurisdiction. Play'n GO has a busy release schedule, releasing multiple video slots every month, and those games will now be on offer at more sites. Some of Play'n GO's most popular games include the Reactoonz series, Book of Dead, and Temple of Wealth games. The newest slot release from the company is the Ancient Egyptian themed 'Eye of Atum', which will also be offered at partner casinos soon.

Regarding the licensing Play'n GO CCO Magnus Olsson said, "Following closely after securing our supplier license for Ontario last month, it's exciting to now be able to add a Gibraltarian license to the breadth of our offering.

"Play'n GO's ability to work with operators across jurisdictions in regulated markets all around the world is unrivalled, especially with the addition of a Gibraltarian license. Add in the power of our full content portfolio, in addition to the strength of our technology, and operators now recognise the true value of working with a supplier that is laser focused on regulated markets."



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Dustin has a long-standing passion for gambling. He has been writing professionally on the subject and breaking industry news for Casino Listings since 2011. His favorite casino games include Blackjack, Poker, and Hi/Lo. A proud native of Detroit, Dustin currently lives in Michigan.