Bede Gaming rolls out Play’n GO content

3 December 2018

Bede Gaming, the award-winning supplier of software to the online gaming industry, has integrated Play’n GO’s entire content portfolio of games to its platform offering.

Play’n GO titles, including Street Magic and Planet Fortune, are available to all Bede’s operator partners, including tier one brands such as The Rank Group.

Ross Haselhurst, commercial director, Bede Gaming, said: “We are very pleased to have taken on board Play’n GO’s diverse range of high-quality content, adding to our fantastic portfolio we can offer our operators. Particularly as we look towards new markets the quality and speed of our content provision is key and having a rich integration with Play’n GO is a ‘no brainer’. 

“Play’n GO becomes our tenth integration this year and, whilst others are struggling to keep up, our strategy is paying off and we’re certainly not done yet.  This year we have solidified Bede’s place in the market but we’re not willing to be complacent, we have plenty to keep us busy.  I’m absolutely thrilled at having Play’n GO on our platform as we continue to seek out the best and brightest providers in the market.”

Magnus Olsson, head of sales and account management at Play’n GO, said: “Bede has cemented  their reputation as one of the most highly-regarded platform providers in the industry, and we are delighted to be rolling out our catalogue of leading games across its platform, making them instantly available to all  of the brands they serve. We are certain our games will prove a hit with all Bede’s partners.”

The agreement with Play’n GO continues a period of strong commercial growth for Bede, having been selected by the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation in September this year to provide the lottery’s new enterprise-wide digital platform. OLG is one of the largest organisations of its kind in the world and the agreement marked Bede’s biggest commercial agreement to date. Bede continues to integrate content partners at pace having consistently averaged at least one provider per month, marking a 30% increase on previous years.