PlayStudios

    PLAYSTUDIOS is a developer of award-winning, casual casino games for mobile and social platforms, including POP! Slots, myVEGAS Slots and Blackjack, and my KONAMI Slots.With studios in the U.S., Israel, and Asia, PLAYSTUDIOS’ free-to-play apps combine the best elements of casual social games with proven casino gambling mechanics. Players enjoy frequent content updates and the opportunity to earn an unprecedented selection of valuable, real-world rewards from leading hospitality, entertainment, and leisure brands.Current myVEGAS reward partners include MGM Grand, Bellagio, ARIA, Royal Caribbean International, Resorts World, Wolfgang Puck, and Cirque du Soleil, the Hippodrome Casino, and many more.

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