Eurobet expands content offering with Play’n Go games

TornqvistSwedish slot supplier Play’n GO’s full suite of premium Mobile and desktop content has gone live with Eurobet Italy.

The deal with Eurobet will broaden the Italian operator’s content offering to their players, with award-winning titles such as Gemix, Jewel Box, Lady of Fortune and Energoonz.

The content roll out follows the Play’n GO’s completion of the Italian certification process for their full range of premium content.

Johan Tornqvist, Play’n GO CEO, said: “We are delighted to have our content go live with Eurobet and can’t wait to see all of Italy delight in our innovative, premium content.

“Italy is a tremendously important market for us, and we’ve laboured hard and long over a period of months to provide partners like Eurobet with everything they need to ensure success. It’s just the start of our relationship but we’re certain it will bear fruit for many years to come.”

Alfredo Melloni, Eurobet Head of Gaming, said: “Play’n GO’s games are of the highest quality and we’re excited to be able to offer our players their full suite of content, be they mobile or desktop based.

“Eurobet has a commitment to excellence running through our veins and we’re pleased to have a partner like Play’n GO who shares our ideals. I’m sure this is just the start of a long relationship.”

Play’n GO, which was last year nominated for the prestigious EGR Game of the Year award, has released a number of slots in recent months including Wizard of Gems and Cloud Quest. Its games are now prominent on the sites of 100 operators in more than 32 languages.

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