Award-winning Swedish software development firm Play’n GO has earned its reputation for exciting games.
Launched in 1997, the company has grown considerably since and now around 70 operators offer its titles.
Play'n Go, on the go
An early mobile gaming pioneer, its focus today is on supplying the best-quality slot games and back-office tools. It also provides its software on licence, including to Microgaming and NetEnt.
Meanwhile, its mobile platform means all games can be enjoyed on the go.
Other providers may have a more extensive games library. But where Play’n GO steals a march on competitors is through the quality, design and diversity of its offering.
Its people are all gamers are heart, so products always have the end player in mind, rather than the casinos which are Play’n GO’s principal customers.
This operator has long punched above its weight in terms of technological advances. So, for example, because all games are built with HTML5 or Flash, no downloading is needed.
Equally, its proprietary core technology ‘Maven’ gives customers access to a hosted server solution which can handle many players simultaneously.
What to play
With some 70 slot titles available, there should be something to appeal to every gamer. Play’n GO’s offerings take their inspiration from the worlds of mythology, magic, film and TV and gangster rap.
Among its latest are Banana Rock, and Battle Royal, based on King Henry VIII. Other favourites include big hits like Rags to Riches, Book of Dead and Tower Quest.
These highly marketable games are well known for their action-packed themes, bold colours, stunning graphics and great bonuses, good payout rates and jackpots.
Play’n GO’s slots line-up is constantly being refreshed, so there’s always a new one to try. All games are developed in-house from staffers’ own ideas.
While slots are its key market, Play’n GO also offers table games including Caribbean Stud Poker, plus video pokers.
At the same time, the games it powers, and the casinos where they’re featured, have all been certified by auditors at international maths firm TST.
And for added reassurance, Play’n GO has licences across the UK, Malta, Gibraltar, Denmark, Belgium and Alderney.