After having just recently released its latest slot, Pragmatic Play has now agreed a content agreement with online casino software and platform provider, SoftSwiss.
The new commercial deal will see the leading multi-product content provider’s Live Casino product go live with the Malta and Curaçao-licensed innovator.
Under the terms of the agreement, the white-label supplier, which added the developer’s complete slots suite to its product offering in July this year, now has access to the feature-packed Live Casino solution, with games including Live Roulette, Live Blackjack and Live Speed Roulette via Pragmatic’s new, state-of-the-art studio.
Complete with professional croupiers and 4K camera technology, the live dealer solution provides an “immersive, mobile-friendly online live casino experience.
Commenting on the strategic move, Vice President for Pragmatic Play, Lena Yasir, said…
“We’re thrilled to have further developed our relationship with SoftSwiss and look forward to working closely with them in the future.
“Having initially provided the company with our slot portfolio we’re delighted to have added our Live Casino products to its offering.”
For its part, SoftSwiss, Chief Commercial Officer, Max Trafimovich, added…
“We are continuously looking to provide innovative and exciting content and I’m sure Pragmatic Play’s Live Casino products will be very popular with our customers.
“We know players are going to enjoy the new games and we look forward to boosting our already fruitful partnership with the Pragmatic Play team.”
The supplier of white label solutions boasts to over 50 active online casino brands and offers a comprehensive casino management platform and game aggregator with “thousands of games” from some of the top providers in the industry.
Pragmatic’s entire portfolio of live casino games, scratchcards, bingo, and video slots is available to all of its operator partners by way of a single API.
Slots and SiGMA’19:
The Maltese online casino games developer recently released its heroic themed title, Hercules and Pegasus, its second online video slot launch for the month of November.
Pragmatic also announced that it will be making its presence felt at SiGMA’19, which is taking place November 27-29 in Malta, where it will showcase its complete portfolio of live casino, bingo and video slots, with an emphasis on the features of one of its latest 3×5, 20-lines video slots, Aladdin and the Sorcerer, for some 12,500 delegates.