Play'n GO, a leading Malta-based content supplier, continuously strives to improve its offerings with various premium and original content. Recently, Play'n GO announced that its players would access its first-ever craps game.
This table game has a selection of three themes to choose from, including vintage, regular, and futuristic. And to make the experience even better, the game is hosted by animated live dealers and immersive audio backdrops, creating the feeling of being at a craps table in Vegas. Players can personalize their game experience to add realism and invite new gamers.
Play'n GO's casino games are known for their attention to detail and focus on high-quality entertainment. This craps title boosts Play'n GO's table game collection, including Money Wheel, European Roulette Pro, Mini Baccarat, and Blackjack MH. These games are available at top online live casinos for as little as $0.20.
Commenting on the game, Play'n GO's Head of Game Retention, George Olekszy, said: "We're committed to having a portfolio of titles that has something for everyone and as Craps is one of the most popular table games in the world, it's great to be able to offer it to Play'n GO customers."
"Putting a contemporary spin on classic table games not only gives us the chance to show off our innovations in creating a flawless game, but gives the opportunity to introduce a new wave of players to table games," he added.
In what should be good news for players in Sweden, the content aggregator recently announced it had secured a B2B license from the Swedish Gaming Authority. This is the second license for the company in 2023 after securing another operator license in Connecticut, US.
Speaking of the US, Play'n GO already has a massive presence in the area, following several accreditations in 2022. The supplier is currently legal in Michigan, West Virginia, and New Jersey. And don't forget Ontario in Canada.