29th January, 2015 - Following an agreement signed last year – Play 'n GO is to supply its e-gaming platform - GAT (Game Account Toolkit) to Danske Spil, the state lottery of Denmark. Play'n GO will deliver a complete solution with a range of other game-providers integrated from launch. The exact scope and details on the new offering from Danske Spil is yet to be revealed.
GAT is a platform designed based on more than 17 years of experience from developing to the online gaming industry. It is built on a modular and open architecture that allows for easy integration of 3rd party products.
The platform is delivered with a complete and comprehensive back-office that will enable Danske Spil a unique foundation for their new interactive gaming offer and the tools needed to manage its gaming operation. The back office compiles extensive information from game databases and presents it through a secure, user-friendly interface, and Danske Spil will have access to key data and the support systems needed to ensure a successful operation in real time.
With GAT, Danske Spil will get a solution that capably manages a heterogeneous operation based on components supplied by Play'n GO and/or from other vendors, granting Danske Spil the independence to shop around for the very best applications and systems, giving them true freedom of choice.
In addition - Play'n GO's dedicated team of platform developers will ensure that Danske Spil will be equipped with superior back-office administration tools for surveillance & marketing as well as premium gaming content.
A range of successful operators around the world already uses GAT today.
About Danske Licens Spil
Danske Licens Spil, a subsidiary of Danske Spil A/S, was established in 2010 and offers Poker, Casino, Oddset, Tips and Zezam.
Eighty percent of Danske Spil group is owned by the state, while the National Olympic Committee and Sports Federation of Denmark - DIF and the Danske Gymnastik- og Idrætsforeninger - DGI, each own ten percent. Danske Licens Spil holds a license to offer sports gaming, online poker and online casino on the Danish gaming market. The Danish Gaming Authority supervises the security of the games, distribution of jackpots as well as the calculation of the government tax.