Malta-based casino games provider Pragmatic Play continues to expand. The company announced a deal for its full slots portfolio with GVC-owned Ladbrokes Coral, as well as live casino offering with Interwetten.
The new agreement will provide Ladbrokes Coral customers access to video slots including John Hunter and the Aztec Treasure, Da Vinci’s Treasure and the ever-popular Wolf Gold. Pragmatic Play already provides its games to GVC’s bwin, PartyCasino and PartyPoker brands.
“We are very pleased to have signed this agreement with Ladbrokes Coral, one of the world’s most respected and recognisable gaming brands. We have worked hard to establish our portfolio as one of the most engaging collections of products in the industry, and this deal is a major step in the right direction,” announced Pragmatic Play chief business development officer Yossi Barzely.
Pragmatic Play has also rolled out its full suite of live casino games with Malta-licensed Interwetten, having recently secured approval from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) for its bingo and live casino products.
“We are delighted to have gone live with such a highly-regarded operator as Interwetten. We have been hugely impressed with the company’s work and joining forces with them will consolidate our position as a leading multi-product supplier. The speed at which we have achieved commercial success after receiving the MGA Recognition Notice is very exciting, and we eagerly look forward to the future,” added Barzaly.
Last month, the company also announced that it would enter Colombia’s regulated gambling market through a deal with locally licensed operator Wplay.co. Pragmatic Play’s library currently consists of more than 100 in-house HTML5 casino games that are available in all currencies and 26 languages, and are certified in all major regulated markets.Follow us on