Play'N GO Slots provider is planing to release more music themed slots by partnering with Candlemass metal band.
Johan Törnqvist, the CEO of Play'N GO, said that creating the House Of Doom slot in collaboration with Candlemass was better than the IP deals most slot provides do.
While NetEnt has licensed IP from Motorhead, Jimi Hendrix and Guns’n Roses in the past to create music-themed slots, Play’n Go has taken the music branding idea even further.
“We felt that we wanted to do something else. Something with more artistic freedom and definitely more involvement of the actual band, and here we have an amazing collaboration.”
Johan Törnqvist also commented about the growth that Play'N GO experienced in the last months since they opened a new office at Tigne Point in Malta.
“We are investing heavily in people and, in terms of offices, we are growing pretty much everywhere that we are based today. I don’t think we will be opening any new offices in new locations, but we are definitely expanding the ones we have.”
Judging on the hit of House of Doom, we can't wait to see what other music themed slots will Play'N GO bring us in the future, but one thing is certain...they are planing to release more.
Play'N GO is a popular slots provider with great slots like Book Of Dead, Pimped and much more. The company is a Swedish slots producer of online casinos and a land-based casino platform supplier with a strong focus on omni-channel gaming.