Play’n Go has received a B2B remote gambling supplier licence from the Licensing Authority of Gibraltar.
From 1 April, Play’n Go will be able to offer titles such as Raging Rex 2, Book of Dead and Rise of Olympus to B2C operators regulated in the territory.
“We are very thankful to the Licensing Authority of Gibraltar for this licence,” said Sissel Weitzhandler, chief risk and compliance officer for Play’n GO. “Gibraltar is an important jurisdiction to our strategy, and we look forward to working with existing and new partners through our own licence.”
This marks Play’n Go’s second new market entry this month, having obtained a licence to operate in Ontario from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario two weeks ago. Ontario’s igaming market is set to launch on 4 April.
“Following closely after securing our supplier licence for Ontario last month, it’s exciting to now be able to add a Gibraltarian licence to the breadth of our offering,” said Magnus Olsson, chief commercial officer for Play’n Go. “Play’n Go’s ability to work with operators across jurisdictions in regulated markets all around the world is unrivaled, especially with the addition of a Gibraltarian licence.”
“Add in the power of our full content portfolio, in addition to the strength of our technology, and operators now recognise the true value of working with a supplier that is laser focused on regulated markets.”