Play’n Go Renewed Its License in Greece

Play’n Go Renewed Its License in Greece

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Play’n Go Renewed Its License in Greece

Växjö-based Play’n Go will continue to provide casinos operating in Greece with its products thanks to renewing its license in the country.

The company had to update its license as the Hellenic Republic has changed its gambling-related regulations specifically for slot spin costs, maximum wins, and the spin length.

Play’n Go’s Head of Sales and Account Management, Mr. Magnus Olsson notes that legislative changes in the industry are a continuous process and the businesses engaged in the iGaming industry are happy to work with clear instructions from Hellenic Gaming Commission.

Play’n Go along with its partners will work towards meeting the new requirements. With the green light from the Greek gambling regulatory bodies, Play’n Go will resume offering local operators its popular slots with the new addition inspired by the Swedish metal band Hammerfall.

Mr. Olsson also stresses that

The company prioritizes the excellent gaming experience that their partners are able to offer players all over the world, but at the same time, Play’n Go never neglects the importance of a safe gaming environment. Thus the company is always happy to cooperate with local authorities.

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