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Find out what the operating system is for the tablet.it doesn't sound like android , more likely Linux or even Apple Mac or Microsoft.if it was android then it would accept some version of google play.
A lot of tablets come with the Google play store pre-installed and they want you to register with Google. Google doesn't like you using it's stuff if it doesn't know who you are though. Your tablet has to have an email account that's associated with you (preferably gmail) and you need to register with Google+.
If for some reason your tablet has a hissy fit and crashes and has to have all it's software reset to factory setup, you may find Google Play Store missing. You'll find how to re-install it somewhere on line, but Google may ignore your attempts if you don't register and let Google know who's setting up the tablet.
On a desktop or laptop, log into play.google.com with your google account, go to apps, select my apps and all your apps should be there. It may appear as installed, but click on installed again to re-install them. They will automatically be installed on your tablet if you re-install them from a conventional PC
There is no way to have google play unless the manufacturer installs it on the tablet, as it has to be licensed like software. If you really want to, you can look up how to root(jailbreak) your tablet and how to put the play store on it like that.