Play'n GO is a software development company based in Växjö, Sweden that was established in 1997. While offering a vast array of table games, video poker and scratch cards, the company is best known for is its video slots. The company's big breakthrough came with the release of Book of Dead - a Novomatic clone that remains its flagship title to this day. More recently, however, slots with cascading mechanics, namely Reactoonz, Moon Princess and Rise of Olympus have taken a front seat position as well.
Play'n GO is one of several game providers that allow operators to choose from multiple predefined RTP-settings. All games are delivered with the highest setting, which is above the 96% mark, but can be changed to numbers as low as 84%. The reasoning behind this is that casinos need to be able to adjust the RTP according to the markets they operated in although there's an overwhelming risk that bad casinos, usually licensed in Curacao, will take advantage of this.
Players who stick to our list of accredited casinos will not have to worry as all our casinos operate under the license of reputable regulatory authorities that require casinos to display the RTP. Furthermore, all casinos listed below use the industry standard default setting provided by Play'n GO upon delivery. The company also uses the service of NMi Gaming for testing of fairness and compliance. NMi is a market leading compliance testing laboratory with over 40 years of experience and ensures that games from Play'n GO are certified and safe to play from a players perspective.
Most of the older generation of slots developed by Play'n GO are played using a limited number of paylines, following the tradition of classic slots. Play'n GO are one of few providers that still allow dynamic paylines, making it possible to adjust the number of lines in order to increase (or decrease) variance. Within the casino streaming community, adjusting the paylines to the lowest possible setting is something known as the "One Line Theory".
Play'n GO slots are in high demand and are growing increasingly popular. Being licensed in the UK, Malta, Alderney and Gibraltar, means that Play'n GO is available to almost all players across Europe.