Swedish gaming software provider Play’n GO has signed two partnerships to supply its content to sites using the Bitcoin cryptocurrency, providing a selection of games for operator BitCasino.io, and platform provider CoinGaming.

BitCasino.io, which claims to be the world’s first legally-licensed Bitcoin casino, has significantly expanded the range of games available through its Curaçao-licensed site under the Play'n Go partnership, which it describes as the next step in its plan to become a dominant cryptocurrency casino operator.

It will roll out a range of slots, scratch cards, multi-hand blackjack and video poker games. Play’n GO will also supply a range of HTML5 games compatible with mobile and tablet devices, and is also planning to launch a poker room in the coming weeks.

“This latest range of games from Play’n GO enables us to provide a casino experience that rivals traditional […] operators,” a spokesman for BitCasino noted. “We offer everything that they offer, but we do it with Bitcoin, enabling instant seamless deposits and withdrawals.”

“Casino players are beginning to warm to Bitcoin for this reason as well as our 24/7 live support, live dealer and HD slot games,” the spokesperson continued. “These are some of the features that you simply wouldn’t expect from a Bitcoin operator and hence our goal is to lead the market, and to create a reliable and friendly service as we do it.”

Play'n Go’s second deal will see its games integrated with Coingaming’s platform and made available for Bitcoin casino operators.

“We look forward to a long-term and successful partnership with Coingaming who continue to demonstrate their leadership in providing their customers’ with the highest levels of responsibility, transparency, and trust in the Bitcoin casino gaming industry,” Play’n GO business development director Robert Skogh said. “Our games have proven to be very popular and we are confident that Bitcoin casino gaming players shall welcome the introduction of those games.”

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