Play'n GO Bingo Background
Play’n Go entered the online gaming market in 1997. The headquarters are located in Sweden and have reached players across the globe with licensing in the UK, Malta and Alderney. Their presence can be found in Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Italy, France, Spain, UK and more.
The story of Play’n Go and gaming products began when they signed on as a sub-contractor to a company that eventually became a competitor. Experience is what has made this software so successful in addition to a knowledgeable team of developers.
Play'n GO Products
Play’n Go offers a variety of online gambling products for casinos, bingo rooms and mobile applications. Operators can customize the Play’n Go software to meet the needs of their brand. Bingo games available include several versions of 75 ball and 90 ball bingo games. The software used for bingo rooms offers loads of features including: Multi-lingual options, auto-dab, auto-buy, auto-sort, jackpots and a variety of emoticons and chat capabilities. Scratch cards and side games may also be included in the any Play’n Go bingo room giving players more gaming options accessible from one place.
When it comes to casino games, Play’n Go has an impressive full HD suite comprised of slot games, table games, number games and scratch cards. Some recognizable slot games include Dragon Ship, Pearl Lagoon, Enchanted Meadow and Riches of Ra. Video poker games range from many single to multi-hand varieties. All games are developed as instant play games with 26 standard languages supported.
Play’n Go has quality mobile gaming options as well. Devices supported include Apple iOS, Android, Blackberry and most Windows 7 devices. With many mobile bingo and casino applications offering limited gaming choices, this one provides players more than 25 games to choose from in the same standard languages featured with the regular games.
Play'n GO Services
The overall impression that Play’n Go exudes is confidence and pride. They will work with operators on every level whether they wish to implement their software in full or incorporate a few new games into their site’s offerings. Play’n Go is able to provide site content or the software may work in conjunction with a third party.
The unique E-gaming Platform (EGP) comes with a range of back-office tools to support operators in managing their business. Tools include fraud monitoring, marketing and strong support. Back-office management tools support operators in a number of ways from age verification, to betting limits, to deposit limits, session time limits and even self-exclusion.