Play’n GO Held an Excellent Play’n SHOW In Sotogrande
Play’n GO, the world’s leading gambling provider, organized its second Play’n SHOW this year with drinks, dancing, and frank debates about the current price of a vast number of developers and why content will keep dominating.
Play’n GO host Stuart Trigwell, gaming ambassador George Olekszy and commercial director Magnus Olsson took the stage. Last week Play’n SHOW arrived at the La Reserva Club in Sotogrande.
Trigwell spoke first to greet guests and present exciting folklore to Olsson and Olekszy for an admiring audience.
Then Olsson said that the event’s goal was mainly to keep building stronger relations with all their customers present in Europe.
Magnus stated they wanted all their clients to succeed and reach their targets. He mentioned they could provide customers with much value by working together.
Magnus mentioned they were seeing a mismatch between two industries — one operated in controlled markets, aggressively sought more regulation, and produced products primarily for entertainment, and another didn’t pay attention to those priorities.
Olekszy spoke next, explaining why the company’s variety of games is so appealing to operators who want to meet the needs of all gamblers and why games like Wild Trigger have become so popular.
At the end of the presentation, Trigwell suggested his view on why Play’n GO should collaborate with operators looking to win. He noted that their company provided not just the best games in the gambling industry but also knowledge and experience to cooperate with others and help them develop.
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