Playson, developer of casino games and software, has announced that they are fully compatible with the requirements of the regulated online gambling market of Georgia, country in Caucasus.
This newly regulated territory has opened the door to Playson making it one of the first providers to have received a license here.
An Exciting Jurisdiction
As such, Playson is set to become the key iGaming content supplier to such brands as Crystalbet, Adjarbet, Betlive, Leaderbet, and Crocobet.
The company continues to enhance its widely regarded product offering over the recent months. They have integrated a range of inventive additions like the promotional tool Reel of Fortune that boosts player engagement.
This latest Playson’s market entry, as the presser states, “maintains the rapid growth of its regional customer reach, where fruit-themed games are already proving especially popular,” which is amplified with the Funky Fruits series and Timeless Fruit slots. These are to be well-received by local players.
Playson’s CEO, Alex Ivshin, comments:
“We are delighted to announce our acquisition of a licence to supply games within Georgia, an exciting jurisdiction at the heart of a crucially important region."
He added that by continuing to build on the highly acclaimed product suite, the company is confident that Plays will extend its commercial reach throughout the remainder of 2021.
In March, Playson rolled out several new products.
The first one was Reel of Fortune, featuring inventive mechanics that will become a standard feature in many new games by the developer.
The feature asks players to gather coins by betting on slots before Reel of Fortune kicks in to give them a big chance at winning big.
Later on, the developer premiered the Super Sevens & Fruits slot which features the new and revolutionary mechanic Double Hit which allows players to spin across the larger grid.
As such, this game is perfectly suited to a territory like Germany where slots are subject to a minimum duration of five seconds.