Their games are offered through a platform called GAT, which stands for Game Account Toolkit. According to Play'n GO, it is a modular platform, open and with the advantage that 3rd party games can be easily integrated into it, in addition to the ones that are already offered by them. A testament to the quality of the work they do is the fact that there are more than 140 casinos right now, which have their games in their collection.
Play'n GO started out as a sub-contractor, right at the beginning of the online casino market, in the first few years after the first casinos started out. Founded in 1997, Play'n GO was initially a creator of online games for a bigger company, and it did well in that capacity for a number of years. Eventually, they started creating games for themselves and they launched their first titles starting with 2004. They seem to do especially well in the mobile games niche, where they have designed solutions that work well on Android, iOS, Windows and Blackberry. They’re recognized as some of the best developers around, and they actually won Slot Provider of the Year in 2017, a title that was given at International Gaming Awards, to reward them for slots like 7 Sins, Grim Muerto and others that were launched in 2016.
Play'n GO Casino Games
Though they’re especially good at releasing slots, Play'n GO has offered plenty of other casino games over the years. Whether you want to try out their version of the Caribbean Stud Poker, or if you enjoy Bacccarat, Pai Gow Poker or any other major casino game, you’re going to find it in their collection. They also have three types of Roulette (French one included) and eight of Blackjack, plus video poker and scratch card games.
The most impressive part of their collection seems to be the one relying on slot machines though. 100+ slots have already been released, and the developer launches new ones every month or two. They’re impressive slot machines, which got them awards thanks to their quality, and Play'n GO seems to do very well with them.
I’ve seen some impressive games coming out of this developer in the last few years, but if you look at their collection you’re going to be able to find some weaker ones as well. Games like Lucky Diamonds or Irish Gold are not nearly as good as slot machines like Hugo, Matsuri, Lady of Fortune and Grim Muerto. They have the usual mix of boring and impressive themes, and among the latter I’d count the slots dedicated to the day of the dead, to jazz clubs, pimps and even Scandinavian women.
As I’ve mentioned before, the games generally are quite impressive these days, but in the past they weren’t nearly as fun to look at. The important thing is that the majority of the slot machines that they’ve created are clearly of high quality, especially graphics wise. Check any of the recent slots that they’ve put out and I’m sure you will feel the same way. It’s also what you can expect from their future releases, so you have a good reason to keep playing at online casinos that offer their titles.
One other point in the favor of Play'n GO’s slot machines is the kind of features that they are offering. Though you can still expect for the usual substitutes, scatters or free spins to be available, they’re rarely going to be alone in giving you something exciting to do. Among the things that I’ve seen in their modern slot machines, there were extra wilds, second chances, highlighted reels, walking expanded wilds and win spins.
I’ve rarely seen Play'n GO offer huge payouts, at least not when it comes to the fixed rewards available in their slots. It seems to be more typical of them to pay rewards of 200x to 1,000x, then it is to see jackpots of 10,000x, like it’s the case in other slots. Of course, that’s a consequence of the kind of features that are introduced, since they’re responsible for making the game a lot more profitable for the player. There are some progressive jackpots available as well, like the three that can be won while playing a slot like Oily Business, called Dream Chance, Luxury and Tasty Jackpot.