Swedish online casino games developer, Play’n Go, has announced that its influence has just been further extended following the recent receipt of a software supplier license from the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation regulator.
The Vaxjo-headquartered firm has recently launched its Cash Vandal, Queen’s Day Tilt, Golden Colts and Wild Falls online video slots and used an official press release to detail that the fresh authorization means that it can now supply a range of its market-leading innovations to those operators intent on targeting the iGaming market in the Philippines.
Established in 2005, Play’n Go supplies back-end solutions and services to online casino operators around the world and last year unveiled its server-based Omny gaming innovation. The firm’s Chief Executive Officer, Johan Tornqvist, declared that the new Philippines license is proof of his company’s ‘commitment as a leading supplier’ and will enable the developer to become ‘the supplier of choice in regulated markets’ while giving it ‘an even further reach.’
Tornqvist’s statement read…
“We have a strong presence in regulated markets and that continues to grow as we expand in both size and standing in the industry. This authorization opens up a wealth of new opportunities for us in the region and fits perfectly with the strategy that we plan to implement in the future.”
Tornqvist finished by proclaiming that Play’n Go was ‘one of the first suppliers to recognize and utilize the potential of mobile slot gaming’ and that this technology has not only ‘revolutionized the industry’ but led to his firm attaining a position at ‘the forefront of the casino supplier market.’