Betsson Adds Play'n GO Content to Spanish Casino

Gaming operator Betsson is enhancing its Spanish online casino after they announced a content supply agreement with developer Play'n GO, which will provide casino content to the site moving forward.

The agreement will see Play'n GO's suite of games coming to the site, with titles like Reactoonz, Legacy of Dynasties, and Beasts of Fire being added to the casino. Additional titles will also be added as they're developed and released. Notably, Play'n GO is one of the busiest developers in the industry, releasing a new game roughly every week.

For its part, Betsson is one of the better-known European gaming brands. The company was founded in 1963 and first went online at the end of the last century. The company is based out of Sweden and currently employs more than 1,800 people.

Regarding the agreement, Betsson Head of Spain Miguel Gener said: "We're excited to welcome classic games like Book of Dead to our portfolio, and we're confident that our players will thoroughly enjoy Play'n GO's entire catalogue of games. Spain is an important market for both businesses, and this partnership will go a long way to ensuring continued success in the country for Play'n GO and Betsson." 

Play'n GO Sales Leader for Latin America and Southern Europe Michele Stefanelli added: "We're pleased to confirm this partnership with Betsson in Spain and look forward to sharing our world-class games with their players. Play'n GO is committed to a safe, sustainable, entertainment-led industry, an attitude we're happy to say is shared by Betsson, making them a great partner for us." 

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Therese Williams // UK Correspondent
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