Play'n GO, a leading game application and systems developer, has signed an agreement to provide superior mobile & tablet game content to Plus-Five Gaming, a successful white-label game provider. Plus-Five plans to offer interactive slot games, casino-style table games and other innovative games from Play'n GO to a multitude of players across the globe who enjoy games on their mobile phones and tablets
Smartphone and tablet availability and usage have exploded in recent years. Gaming companies have been increasingly eager to offer games for cellular phones and tablets in an effort to complement their game selections. Play'n GO is poised to cash in on this booming trend with its ever-expanding array of proven games and systems for a host of popular media platforms (mobiles, tablets, PCs, video gaming terminals, etc.).
"We are honoured that Plus-Five Gaming has chosen Play'n GO for the very finest in graphics and performance," says Johan Törnqvist, CEO of Play'n GO. "We have witnessed a growing interest in our games for cellphones, and we are extremely pleased to satisfy our clients with a first-class mobile & tablet portfolio.
We offer a broad spectrum of games that are easily integrated with any system, and we look forward to entertaining Plus-Five's players on the go with all the bells and whistles."
Plus-Five Gaming is a licensed white-label distributer of games from multiple industry-leading suppliers. Games from Play'n GO will be integrated with Plus-Five's existing platform to complement the company's extensive selection of casino, bingo, poker, sports betting and skill games – all available to players through a single account and wallet.
"Play'n GO is exactly the sort of content that Plus-Five Gaming should be adding to the platform," acknowledges Mark Jones, Marketing & Business Development Director of Plus-Five Gaming. "They have a proven track record and can work across numerous media but, what is key for us, is that good-quality, exciting mobile content is hard to source. With Play'n GO on board, we have come a long way in solving that problem."