Karamba Launches First Pay N Play Casino in Finland
Karamba, the B2C division of Aspire Global, has announced the launch of its first pure Pay N Play casino exclusively in Finland.
Griffon Casino will eventually be available around the world, but will initially go live as a pure Pay N Play in Finland.
Griffon launches with more than 700 games across slots, tables, cards, and poker, including a selection of live dealer games.
The site has also been built specifically to enable payments by global payments provider Trustly.
“We thought a lot about what would be the best entry into the Pay N Play market and came up with a unique all mobile product, combining a slick registration model with an adventure brand,” Karamba’s head of brand Neal Kydd said.
“By embedding our retention effort, we strove to create higher value for the player. What makes Griffon really special is ensuring that players get to feast on the games as easily as possible and are not let down by a poor registration or cash-out experience.
We believe the new Pay N Play at Griffon offers the best in casino entertainment and is what the future of online gaming could look like.”
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