Danish action to be realized through partnership with e-gaming developer
It has been announced recently by UK-based Gaming Media Group (GMG) that it plans to enter the newly liberalized Danish online gambling market, and that in that aim it has closed a deal with systems and games developer Play'n GO to provide it with its e-gaming platform (EGP).
The platform will give the company an extensive back-office administration kit as the foundation for the new Danish site, and it will see all gaming products from different suppliers, including poker, casino and sportsbetting, easily integrated into it, along with Play’n GO’s own Flash Casino games.
According to Martin Zettergren, vice president of products at Play’n GO, “Our applications are vigorously tested for performance and reliability to live up to the stringent regulations imposed by the national gaming authorities in Europe and beyond.”
On the other side, a comment arrived from Crispin Nieboer, chief executive officer of Gaming Media Group, who said: “The opening Danish Market is a tremendous opportunity for our group. We were naturally discerning in our choice to cooperate with Play’n GO. Their games are excellent; their back-office management tool efficient and adaptable; and they have a keen understanding of the tough requirements demanded of responsible gaming operators in regulated markets.”
In related news, Play'n GO has announced the launch of a mobile version of its popular 5-reel, 20-payline online slot, "Fortune Teller.”
This is the 18th game available for instant play on any Tablet or Smartphone device, and according to Play’n’GO CEO Johan Törnqvist, “Fortune Teller has a proven track record of success online and it is with great pleasure that we now are able to offer it through the mobile channel as well.”