Play’n Go Announces Its Presence in Portugal

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One of the world’s biggest gaming software providers has announced that it is making its move into the country of Portugal. Play’n Go has been granted a certificate to offer its content to operators within the Portuguese market, marking another move in a series of developments for the company.

The software provider has been taking steps towards expanding its presence across the world, which began in 2018. Already this year, Play’n Go has found itself delving into the gaming markets of both Sweden and the Philippines, and even after its move into Portugal, there’s more to come from the brand.

When you also consider that the developer has recently signed into an agreement with the PokerStars Casino, which operates as one of the world’s largest online gaming platforms and offers its services to the Portuguese market, players in that region will be able to play a mass of games. More operators are expected to follow in Play’n Go’s footsteps and also find a home in the country of Portugal.

This marks another great boost for the country’s gaming market, which is only in its second year of operation. That being said, it is already bursting with life and the introduction of Play’n Go to Portugal can only help to make things thrive on an even grander level.

Portugal Welcomes the Arrival of Play’n Go

It’s not hard to believe that the gaming community of Portugal will be welcoming the arrival of Play’n Go to its shores. The brand is set to release a total of 40 different games throughout 2019, meaning that gamers within Portugal will get to benefit from being able to access a mass of games. New titles are already on the horizon, making the Portuguese move almost certain to be a success.

As things stand, the company will be bringing some of its already-popular slots to the country, like Legacy of Egypt and Rise of Olympus, to mention just a couple.

Speaking of the move into Portugal, the CEO of Play’n Go, Johan Törnqvist explained how excited he is to be bringing his brand to the country. He said that it’s the company’s goal to have as many people as possible enjoying its games, whilst also giving clients the ability to rely on Play’n Go to hold a presence “wherever they seek to develop their operations”. He finished off by saying that the company is already exploring new ground elsewhere, but that he and the rest of the Play’n Go team are excited about providing Portugal with their services.

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