Play'n GO Goes Live With Lottomatica

Italian gaming operator this week announced that they've signed a content agreement with developer Play'n GO and will be offering the company's games to their Italian customers.

The initial set of games has already been integrated, allowing punters to try their luck with titles like Tome of Madness, Rise of Olympus, and dozens of others. Play'n GO is notoriously busy, developing and releasing at least one slot machine per week for the past couple of years. These additional games will be added to the Lottomatica slot library as they're released and approved for play by regulators.

Lottomatica is one of Italy's most well-known gaming operators. It was founded in Rome in 1990 and provides casino, sportsbetting, and Bingo services to customers throughout the country using online and retail sites.

Commenting on the deal Lottomatica Product Development Manager for Betting and digital Alessandro Rainaldi said, "Our focus is always on bringing the best games to our players, so it was an easy decision to add Play'n GO content to our offering.

"We know there are few suppliers with as much experience in regulated markets as Play'n GO, and we've been impressed by their strong understanding of casino content in Italy. These slots are some of the most entertaining on the market, and our players are going to love them."

Play'n GO Global Head of Sales Magnus Thalin also commented, adding: "We're always looking to work with world-class operators in the most important regulated markets, and this partnership with Lottomatica absolutely fits the bill. We both share a firm belief in delivering great entertainment in a responsible and sustainable way, and we'll work closely together on these priorities over the coming months and years."

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Therese Williams // UK Correspondent
Therese Williams
Therese is a fervent fan of slot machines and pub fruities, often trying her luck at some of the top online casinos. She covers news for Casino Listings with a focus on the UK and Europe. Therese studied arts and creative writing at university and has written for newspapers in the UK.

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