Karamba releases first Pay N Play casino

Karamba releases first Pay N Play casino

Karamba releases first Pay N Play casino

The leading mobile-first brand Karamba has announced the launch of its first ever Pay N Play solution for players in Finland called Griffon Casino. This solution is set to be powered by the well-known payment provider Trustly. Players can now enjoy more than 700 games on the website and don’t need to register.

This will be the first ever Pay N Play website from Karamba, and as of now is available to players in Finland via a licence issued by the Malta Gaming Authority. Nonetheless, Karamba will most likely use the launch of this new casino as only a starting point into its Nordic expansion expected in 2021.

Joel Momigliana, Vice President at Karamba said: 

Launching Griffon Casino marks a big step forward for Karamba as we enter the Pay N Play market. We have built the product with player needs paramount – bringing together the best games, on the best platform, with the best processes, giving customers a quick and easy experience that we know they so badly want.

Many have doubted these types of casinos before, but it should be known that Trustly has a lot of experience in making sure that players are being honest even without having to register. Trustly will be offering payment services, KYC and making sure that improved fraud protection solutions are in place. This type of casinos have been increasing in popularity over the last few years among Finnish players, since they are seeking easier ways to play. Karamba is definitely taking advantage of this preference with its new casino.

Karamba Head of Brand Neal Kydd said: 

What makes Griffon really special is ensuring that players get to feast on the games as easily as possible and are not let down by a poor registration or cash-out experience. We believe the new ‘Pay N Play’ at Griffon offers the best in casino entertainment and is what the future of online gaming could look like.

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