Betivity just received word that Spain and Colombia will now accept a popular online slot company. We are talking about Play n Go which just struck a deal with these Spanish speaking markets and their jurisdiction. We know how hard it is for gambling-related companies to achieve this so we can say this is a huge success for them. Let’s look into how they managed to get it done.
Spain has a reputation for being very strict when it comes to accepting online casinos and gaming softwares. For many years, the regulatory system permitted activity with the Malta license. The MGA worked as a permit to offer their services in the euro market. Recently, Spain felt the need to only authorize online casinos from entering the market under their own Spanish license. Play n Go mentioned that the process was super rigorous, but at the end, they were able to obtain the operating consent successfully. This news means that regulate online casinos will now be able to strike a deal with this online slot company and add them to their portfolio.
In Colombia, there has been a growth in popularity in the online gambling sector. So it only makes sense that Play n Go would try to get a head start by joining the market. Online Casinos that are regulated by the Colombian government will be able to add them to their selection of slot games. We see this as them planting a seed and start growing a reputation for themselves in Latin America. So kudos to Play n Go for being visionary and acting in the current situation. We are sure that the process with both countries lasted for several months. If anybody heads over to ICE 2018, you’ll be able to find them and talk more about their recent news.
Play n Go is a company that creates online slot games for both mobile and desktop versions. They have workspaces in Sweden, the UK, Hungary and of course, Malta. All their casino games are creating in HTML5 and are entering more and more casino operators. This inclusion to the new markets will further increase their positioning, as they already hold licenses in Denmark, Italy, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Croatia, Lithuania, Latvia, Romania, and others.