Betclic to host Play’n GO content

By Caroline Watson
Swedish supplier Play’n GO has signed a deal with the Betclic Everest Group that will see their full suite of games rolled out across the group’s casino brands.

The partnership will allow players to access the premium games for the first time, including the award-winning Gemix, Cloud Quest and Eye of the Kraken.

Following the agreement, the supplier’s games will feature on the group’s flagship founding site, as well as and

Play’n GO’s Chief Executive Officer, Johan Törnqvist commented: “Signing this deal with the Betclic Everest Group is truly an achievement worth celebrating and represents a significant landmark in the history of Play’n GO.

“We can’t wait to work closely together to bring the excitement and enjoyment of our premium games to players in regulated European markets. Though the relationship between the two parties is newly formed, I’m confident we have a very bright as successful future ahead of us.”

Product and Innovations Director of the Betclic Everest Group, Pascal Brouet said: “Play’n GO are well known across the industry for the quality of their innovative games and we’re delighted to be able to offer them to our players for the first time on both web and mobile.

“With such a hit maker partner we are continuing our multi-providers strategy that has been proven greatly successful and gave Betclic Everest Group one of the European leading casino offer.”...

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