The agreement will see BeyondPlay's multiplayer components added to Play'n GO's titles, allowing players to get in on the action together. The company hasn't officially launched their software, but are planning to do so in the coming months. The group has already partnered with the likes of Big Time Gaming and Relax Gaming, and adding Play'n GO to their partner list will bolster the service with potentially hundreds of titles.
Social play is seen as a key component in continuing the build the online gaming industry, as traditionally social titles become isolated when players are sitting at home alone. Software like BeyondPlay's is seen as a key in bridging the two experiences.
"Play'n GO was born out of a desire to make gaming more entertaining, and the company has relentlessly pursued innovation to help drive the industry forward ever since," said Play'n GO CEO Johan Törnqvist. BeyondPlay is on the cutting edge of innovation in our industry, and that's why we are excited to support their journey as they give players worldwide another way to enjoy Play'n GO games."
BeyondPlay CEO Karolina Pelc also commented, adding: "I am incredibly grateful and excited to welcome such an accomplished and respected studio on board with BeyondPlay. Our vision has always been to push the boundaries of gaming innovation, and this collaboration takes us one step closer to that goal.
"I can't wait to witness our multiplayer software in action, making its mark on the number-one slot game in the world among many other fantastic game titles."
A timeframe for the launch of the software wasn't made available at press time.