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August 05, 2020

The company has already engaged with and begun onboarding operators

Play’n GO enters Switzerland

Play’n GO enters Switzerland
"Regions like Latin America, the US and even still some parts of Europe are maturing and presenting increased opportunities, and we will always look to capitalise on opportunities,” said Play'n GO CEO Johan Törnqvist.
Switzerland | 07/23/2020

The slot supplier will offer its portfolio of certified content across the region. This latest development follows more recent moves into areas including Sweden and Portugal. 

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lay’n GO is continuing its global expansion, as the company announced t is moving its offering into Switzerland, with more growth on the way.

The slot supplier has already engaged with and begun onboarding operators in Switzerland in preparation for this move into the market, where it will offer its portfolio of certified content across the region.

Play’n GO has stated its policy of making as much of its material compliant as possible wherever the company is present. This means this latest development will provide operators in Switzerland with a selection of its award-winning content to offer players.

The company continues to grow and expand rapidly through regulated markets. As well as being established for several years in countries like Croatia, Latvia and Lithuania, this latest development follows more recent moves into areas including Sweden and Portugal. These moves have contributed to Play’n GO becoming a leading presence in multiple regions across the globe and, according to CEO Johan Törnqvist, there is plenty more to come: “We aim to bring our unique brand of entertainment to as many players as possible; we are always focused on expanding with more exciting content in regulated markets."

"We will continue to expand through 2021 and beyond. There are still many markets being shaped by regulation; regions like Latin America, the US and even still some parts of Europe are maturing and presenting increased opportunities, and we will always look to capitalise on opportunities,” Törnqvist concluded.

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