Gaming entertainment supplier Play’n GO is closing the book in 2022 with the acquisition of a license to supply its portfolio to the US state of West Virginia. The license is the third obtained by the Swedish company in the USA this year, following New Jersey and Michigan, in addition to Ontario in Canada, where titles such as Book of Dead, Reactoonz, Sweet Alchemy, and USA Flip are already live.
“The addition of West Virginia to the jurisdictions where Play’n GO games can be offered underlines Play’n GO’s commitment to growth in North America, which has been backed up by several key US-based hires,” the company said in a statement.
— Play’n GO (@ThePlayngo) December 21, 2022 Magnus Olsson, Chief Commercial Officer for Play’n GO, said: “West Virginia’s regulated iGaming marketplace is thriving and it’s brilliant to be able to finish the year strongly by acquiring a license to serve our games to players in the state.”
“Players are different in terms of their game preferences in every jurisdiction, of course, but the common thread that runs through all players is that the quality content rises to the top – players want to be entertained first and foremost. Our games are proving to be the main vehicle of retention for many operators due to their inherent entertainment value,” he added.
Magnus Olsson, Chief Commercial Officer for Play’n GO. “Play’n GO delivers new entertainment each and every week to players in regulated markets right across the world, and I’m sure that players in West Virginia will enjoy the full Play’n GO portfolio that is unmatched in the industry,” he concluded.
Play’n GO is set to release more than 50 online slot titles in 2022 and is active in more than 25 regulated jurisdictions worldwide, including Ontario, New Jersey, and Michigan in North America, according to a press release.
Earlier this month, the supplier announced the expansion of its footprint in Italy through the launch of its portfolio of titles with operator SKS365. SKS365’s brand Planetwin365.it will bring an initial 100 Play’n GO titles to its players in the country.