Play’n GO Secures License in Connecticut

By Filip
Published March 24, 2023

Connecticut is getting a much-needed expansion of its game offering to US customers, by scoring a deal with leading game provider Play n’ Go to be able to offer its games across Connecticut online casinos.

  • World-famous Book of Dead arrives in Connecticut
  • Play ‘n Go emphasizes plans for expansion in all key states
  • 50 new online slot releases planned for 2023

This is a win for all parties, as Play ‘n Go keeps expanding its market reach and attaining new revenue streams. The provider is already legal in New Jersey, West Virginia, and Michigan.

This move was much-awaited in all states, and perhaps we’ll soon see a deal that will bring famous Play ‘n Go titles to Pennsylvania and Delaware as well.

World-Famous Slots Breaking Ground in the US!

The provider is most famous for its beloved classic Book of Dead online slot, which may be synonymous with Play n’ Go, but it’s certainly not their only claim to fame. They’re well-known as one of the most progressive and innovative game suppliers on the planet.

Play ‘n Go slots come with excellent bonus features, various themes, rewarding game mechanics, and engaging gameplay. The provider is behind successful slots such as Agent Destiny, Riddle Reels, Diamond Vortex, and Legacy of Inca – to name just a handful.

Keep in mind, Play ‘n Go games are slowly reaching US casino operators, and not all of their games are available everywhere instantly.

Future Plans and Excitement From the CCO

The Chief Commercial Officer for Play’n Go, shared his ambitions for the provider’s US expansion:

“Gaining further market access to US iGaming States has been an important goal of the company so it’s fantastic to be able to add Connecticut to our US push.”

He went on to add that Connecticut is a particularly key state for the provider, and plans for expansion won’t stop until Play ‘n Go titles are available in every legal market:

“Online gaming operators in the US are increasingly looking at retention strategies to mitigate against costly acquisition – especially in expensive media markets like the New Jersey, New York and Connecticut tri-state area. Being able to bring Play’n GO games to Connecticut – the best content in the industry for retention – will be music to the ears of operators and their players.

“Our strategy is to be the best in every regulated market in the world. Our new license in Connecticut joins the more than 25 other regulated markets we are already thriving in, and we can’t wait to get started.”

The provider aims to release over 50 new video slots in 2023. Since January of of this year, Play ‘n Go has already delivered 10 out of the 50, including titles such as Pilgrim of Dead, Legion Gold and Wild Bandolier.