Play’n GO brings localization to iGaming Asia Congress 2016

Swedish supplier of premium content Play’n GO are back at the iGaming Asia Congress once again and is also proud to be sponsoring the Asian Gaming networking social on 18 March.

Play’n GO had a fantastic ICE in London in February, with operators from all over the world stopping by their stand to gaze upon the huge immersive video wall showcasing award-winning slots like Gemix, Eye of the Kraken, Wizard of Gems, and to trial the now released Cloud Quest.

Cloud Quest is a 5×5 slot with a strong emphasis on levelling up, with chances for multiple winning combinations in the same round. Featuring high-definition animation and smooth performance across phone, tablet and desktop versions, the game is now live with operators.

Since the last edition of the iGaming Asia Congress, Play’n GO released over 15 new titles, as well as working on bespoke games for operators who want to offer their players exclusive content.

One of the key themes in the year ahead for the innovative supplier is localization; whether by country, region or individual languages, Play’n GO’s world class development teams are producing content that appeals to both operators and players alike.

Winners of the prestigious iGaming Awards’ Mobile Product of the Year for the second consecutive year, Play’n GO has previously produced grid based titles like Gemix, Energoonz and Golden Ticket that appeal to the Asian market and are keen to build upon that unrivalled success with further games specifically developed with players from Asia in mind.

Play’n GO are excited to speak to the whole iGaming Asia Congress about their range of innovative, premium content. Chief executive officer Johan Tornqvist will be present at the show to meet operators who are interested in Play’n GO’s many products.