Malta-based Playson was formed in 2012, but it would be two years until they first appeared at the ICE convention in London. Playson suffered from the offset and couldn’t grab a significant foothold in an industry filled with an abundance of competition. Rapidly, they opted to focus on slots that weren’t produced by their counterparts. While niched, this did help Playson’s games stand out. Software partnerships with Microgaming’s Quickfire, NYX Interactive and others followed, and this opened all sorts of markets for Playson’s games. After receiving a UKGC license in 2015, the company expanded. At present, Playson only focuses on slots, but their titles are amongst the fairest around and are tested and certified by Quinel.
Going by memory, we cannot think of too many Playson games we have reviewed. Therefore, we believe that it is time that we give some room to this famous slot provider, active in the interactive gaming realm since 2012. Playson may not get talked about with the same amount of reverence as NetEnt or Playtech, […]read more