Play'n GO, one of the leading casino game developers with a strong presence in a number of European regulated markets, has obtained required licenses to offer their games to operators catering to players in Spain and Colombia. The company had to undergo a rigorous licensing process to become certified in these jurisdictions and will now look to fully take advantage of newly created business opportunities.
Important Strategic Markets
Spain has already been confirmed as one of European largest and strongest iGaming markets, while online gambling in Colombia has been experiencing impressive growth over the past 12 months. Because of this, acquiring licenses allowing access to these large markets is a big step for Play'n GO.
The company already has licenses to cater to players from numerous European countries, including the UK, Romania, Belgium, Croatia, Malta, Italy, Denmark, Latvia, and several other countries. Two new licenses aren't the end of the road, either, as Play'n GO continues its efforts to expand to other regulated territories in Europe and Latin America.
Another Recognition for Play'n GO
Play'n GO Compliance Manager Sissel Weitzhandler explains that the company works hard to obtain these licenses because they make their gaming titles very appealing to local operators. With every jurisdiction having different requirements in place, every new license is an important recognition for the company. This is especially true for Colombia and Spain, as they are notorious for very strict and rigorous iGaming licensing procedures.
At the same time, every new process the company has to submit itself to adds to their experience in these matters, which will help them immensely with their future expansion plans, making access to new regulated markets easier.
Those interested in what Play'n GO has been working on as of late will have an opportunity to take a peek during ICE 2018, where the company will try to show how their experience and expertise garnered over the years can help both online and land-based gambling operations.