Play'n GO Set to Go Live in Portugal With New LicencePublished April 21, 2019 by Ivan P
With the latest license, Play'n GO gains access to another regulated European market and continues to expand its footprint around the globe.
Play'n GO, one of the leading game developers in the online gambling industry, continues its expansion strategy. A few days ago, the company has made it official they were granted a Portuguese gaming license, allowing them access to yet another regulated market in Europe.
Big Plans for Immediate Future
Play'n Go has had a lot of success recently. In 2019, they'd already secured licenses for Sweden and Philippines and now they will also be able to enter Portugal, another very interesting and appealing online gambling market.
The regulated market in Portugal has been in existence only for a couple of years but it has already shown a tremendous potential as it's been thriving right from the start. In that light, the company's play to enter the country and make its mark there makes perfect sense.
For the Clients and the Players
Play'n GO's recent strategy is the one that benefits their business partners and casino players alike. According to Johan Törnqvist, the company's CEO, their goal is to make their games available to as many players around the globe as possible. At the same time, they want their partners to have confidence the company has a strong global presence, making it easier for them to develop their operations in whatever area they feel is best suitable for them.
Thanks to this latest development, gaming operators in Portugal will be able to offer their players a number of acclaimed Play'n GO titles, such as Legacy of Egypt, Sweet Alchemy, Reactoonz, and much more.
The company has also announced their plans to develop 40 new games by the end of 2019, which means there will be plenty of fresh titles hitting virtual shelves of Portuguese online casinos in the near future. With all this in mind, the upcoming period will definitely be an exciting one for the country's iGaming landscape.