Play’n GO and Casino Saga in Partnership

Play’n GO, one of the most popular and leading casino game suppliers, announced today that they have signed a partnership agreement with the online casino site, Casino Saga. The agreement between the two parties allows Casino Saga to integrate the full suite of games from Play’n GO.

 

This will provide Casino Saga with around 50 new games as well as mobile friendly games, allowing them to play wherever they are on their smart-phone or tablet. Popular games such as Dragon Ship, Riches of Ra and Pearl Lagoon will now be available for players of Casino Saga, with more great games being added regularly.

 

Georg Westin, Chief Executive of Casino Saga commented on the new partnership: “Play’n GO has proven to be a very fast moving company providing great games and has the same kind of product and technical focus as Casino Saga. With its agile approach and roots in mobile gaming, the games will be a great addition to the games portfolio at Casino Saga.”

 

“Our game porfolio will be a strong addition to the innovative casino offerings at Casino Saga. The unique market approach of Casino Saga combined with our state of the art games will add great entertainment value for the players and we look forward to a successful cooperation for years to come” Johan Tornqvist, Chief Executive Officer at Play’n GO said.  

Daniel Allermand

Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.  

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