Online casino games developer, Pragmatic Play Limited, has announced the signing of an agreement that is set to see its complete portfolio made available to partners of Italian iGaming platform provider, Microgame SpA.
Da Vinci’s Treasure included in deal:
The Malta-headquartered innovator used an official Monday press release to reveal that it has inked similar agreements with some ten Italy-facing operations since the start of the year before explaining that the most recent arrangement due is to include its Wolf Gold title and recently-released Da Vinci’s Treasure video slot.
Pragmatic detailed that the accord follows last week’s signing of a similar understanding with the ComeOn! division of Swedish online casino operator, Cherry, while stating that its games have recently gone live with the Italy-facing domains from Kindred Group, Betsson AB and OIA Services Limited.
Developer acknowledges ‘exciting market’:
Melissa Summerfield, Chief Commercial Officer for Pragmatic, declared that she was ‘delighted’ to have finalized the agreement with Microgame SpA, which she described as ‘an extremely well established and highly regarded provider in an exciting market.’
Summerfield’s statement read…
“Cementing our position as a premium provider in regulated markets is central to our strategy and this agreement is another step towards our ambitions as we grow our mobile-focused and client-centric delivery.”
For his part, Marco Castaldo, Managing Director for Microgame SpA, proclaimed that his firm is ‘proud’ to be able to host the ‘diverse library of content’ from Pragmatic Play Limited as the arrangement is sure to bring benefits to its partners.
Castaldo’s statement read…
“Pragmatic Play Limited is renowned for its immersive and innovative content and we look forward to a long and successful partnership.”