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Play’n GO Debuts Its pioneer

Last update: May, 2024

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Play’n GO Debuts Its pioneer

There are not so many online craps games out there to play. Therefore, the recent news about an additional title from Play’n GO will be music to the ears of all craps fans out there.

On March 30, 2023, the leading iGaming content supplier announced that it would add craps to its expansive collection of premium slots and table games. Excitingly, this is the first craps title from craps, which may be surprising considering the company’s innovative portfolio.

In this craps title, gamers can select from three different table designs and themes, including standard, vintage, and futuristic. The game also has an animated live dealer to engage players and give them a more realistic experience, similar to a craps table in Las Vegas.

Whether you’re playing a grid slot with a storyline or a traditional table game, like craps, every Play’n GO title portrays unmatched attention to detail and a commitment to pleasure. So, design-wise, it’s a solidly done online craps game.

Speaking at the launch. George Olekszy, Head of Game Retention at Play’n GO, said: “We’re committed to having a portfolio of titles that has something for everyone and as Craps is one of the most popular table games in the world, it’s great to be able to offer it to Play’n GO customers.”

“Putting a contemporary spin on classic table games not only gives us the chance to show off our innovations in creating a flawless game but gives the opportunity to introduce a new wave of players to table games,” Olekszy continued.

Although the supplier’s table game collection isn’t the most impressive out there, adding this craps title will undoubtedly go a long way. The game joins Play’n GO’s other table games, including Mini Baccarat, European Roulette Pro, Money Wheel, and Blackjack MH.

Play'n GO Secures Swedish Gaming License

In other related news, Play’n GO recently announced its launch in the newly regulated Swedish iGaming market after securing a B2B license. This license means that the Swedish-based game provider can now partner with operators in the country to supply its 300+ slot machines and table games.

According to Magnus Olsson, Play’n GO’s Chief Commercial Officer, Sweden is the company’s home ground. However, the company is now a global business, thanks to employees and clients worldwide. He assured that the company would continue to have deep roots in Sweden, and receiving one of Spelinspektionen’s licenses is particularly exciting for Play’n GO.

This is the second accreditation for Play’n GO this year. Back in February, the company was approved in Connecticut, further expanding its foothold in North America. Besides the Connecticut license, Play’n GO is legal in Ontario, New Jersey, Michigan, and West Virginia.

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