Finnplay launches new mobile app for Mexican operator Playdoit

By Gambling Insider

The Nordic supplier of iGaming technology and services, Finnplay, has officially launched a new mobile application for its iGaming platform.

The platform technology company has developed a native mobile application that integrates all games, payments and other third-party providers.

Finnplay's mobile platform will be used by Mexican online gaming operator Playdoit.

The application was built using Google's Flutter technology and is approved for distribution on the Apple store for iPhones, and Google Play for Android devices. 

The iGaming platform provider said in a statement that "mobile gaming continues a strong growth trend, and players enjoy the convenience and security of gaming on their personal mobile devices." 

Finnplay also said it has seen operators and suppliers increasingly trying to rethink their brands and products towards the mobile market.   

"This development is a big step forward for our platform," Yang Meng, Finnplay CTO, said.

"Operators have been asking for this functionality and our team was able to deliver a sleek, multi-functional app that optimises the mobile gaming experience," he added.

"Being on top means to live the future in present and the only way to do that is with the Playdoit Mobile App powered by Finnplay," commented Roberto Jose Müller from Playdoit. 

Finnplay is a privately-owned Nordic-based provider of iGaming platform technology and services, which specialises in developing solutions for the online and mobile gaming industry in regulated markets. 

The gaming platform operates in regulated gaming jurisdictions such as Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Malta, Mexico, Romania, Sweden, the UK and upcoming in the Netherlands. 



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