Play’n GO looks to Latvia following major agreement with Optibet

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All eyes are on Latvia for Play’n GO after signing a new deal to supply its full suite of games to the largest casino in Latvia, Optibet.

[dropcap]P[/dropcap]lay’n GO, the Swedish slot supplier, will be rolling out its complete portfolio of mobile and desktop games to Latvia’s largest casino following a deal with Optibet.

The new agreement will see Play’n GO providing premium titles to the Latvian market via Optibet for the first time since the region was regulated in 2005.

The Swedish slot supplier’s latest deal sees it continue its expansion throughout Europe following agreements with Paf, GVC and the Betclic Everest Group over the last year.

Johan Tornqvist, Play’n GO’s Chief Executive Officer, said: “Optibet are the clear market leaders in Latvia and we’re honoured to bring our full suite of premium titles to their players.

“We’re confident that Latvians will enjoy playing our games time and time again, and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship.”

As market leaders in Latvia, it is always exciting to bring new games to the market and I am confident that Play’n GO will quickly become one of our strongest casino game suppliers.

The deal between the two companies will see the debut of premium Play’n GO titles in the Latvian market, including 7 Sins, Cloud Quest, Fire Joker, and the eGR Game of the Year nominated Mexican-fiesta themed title Grim Muerto.

Chris Davis, Head of Casino at Optibet, said: “We are thrilled to be adding Play’n GO content to our casino portfolio. As market leaders in Latvia, it is always exciting to bring new games to the market and I am confident that Play’n GO will quickly become one of our strongest casino game suppliers.”

 

Originally published on Betting Business.


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