The majority of Play’n GO slots follow the rule of ‘one game – one bonus’, which means that besides the usual Wilds and Scatters they generally have only one bonus game. However, recently the company has been moving away from this limit and pleasing its fans with interesting solutions and more intense gameplay. For example, the brand new game called Contact, which vaguely resembles extremely popular Gonzo’s Quest, has got 5 reels and 7 rows, an exciting cumulative multiplier feature and a rare ‘Symbol Upgrade’ feature that is almost identical to the one NetEnt’s Evolution has.
- Excellent compatibility with mobile devices. Play’n GO was amongst the first providers to develop HTML5-games, and as of now, almost all of their solutions work on Android/iOS smartphones and tablets.
- Promotional widget games. They can be integrated into ad units, banners and even emails and are an effective tool for your marketing specialists.
- Play’n GO games come with stylishness, attention to details and nice looking thematic symbols. Some recent slots have pseudo-3D graphics — like in Betsoft games, but without the clumsiness. Interestingly, instead of the common card letters and numbers, Play’n GO uses card suits.
- Bet range is suitable for low and mid roller players, which are the majority of casino visitors. In general, the amount you can bet per spin ranges from a few cents to €100.
- Play’n GO games are available in more than 30 languages.
- Since 2017, the company works with Bitcoin. If your platform accepts cryptocurrencies, your clients will be able to use it in all of the Play’n GO games. As of today, there are not that many providers that offer such an opportunity.