Play’n GO adds updated Craps offering to its portfolio of online games

iGaming content provider Play’n GO announced it is adding the classic table game Craps to its portfolio of online slots.

Players will be offered three styles of tables to choose from (vintage, regular or futuristic) with the addition of an animated dealer accompanied by audio “designed to make you feel like you’re sitting at a Craps table in Vegas.”

Giving the player the opportunity to style their games “creates an extra layer of immersion and invites a new audience to table games,” the company said. “The attention to detail and dedication to entertainment is ever present in every Play’n GO title whether it’s a narrative-driven grid slot or a classic table game.”

Craps joins Play’n GO’s other table games including European Roulette Pro, Money Wheel, Blackjack MH and Mini Baccarat, among others.

The company’s Head of Game Retention, George Olekszy, commented: “We’re committed to having a portfolio of titles that has something for everyone and as Craps is one of the most popular table games in the world, it’s great to be able to offer it to Play’n GO customers.”

Putting a contemporary spin on classic table games not only gives us the chance to show off our innovations in creating a flawless game but gives the opportunity to introduce a new wave of players to table games,” he added. 

The news comes on the same week the company acquired a Swedish B2B license in order to continue supplying its catalog of games in the jurisdiction. While Play’n GO continues to expand globally, this license renewal shows “its continued commitment to the European market, in this instance specifically to its founding country, Sweden,” the company said.

Play’n GO’s catalog of titles includes the popular Book of Dead, as well as hit slot Legion Gold, and the ever-popular Reactoonz series among 300 premium titles in the portfolio. The Swedish license acquisition is the second of 2023 for the company, following the US iGaming state of Connecticut some weeks ago.  

In 2022, the company entered a number of new regulated markets including the Canadian province of Ontario, alongside the US states of New Jersey, Michigan and West Virginia.