Leading multi-product content provider to the iGaming industry, Pragmatic Play has expanded its presence in Italy‘s regulated market having penned a content deal with online operator, Scommesse Italia.
According to a press release…
The distribution deal will see the high-quality portfolio of Pragmatic, which encompasses upwards of 100 HTML5 video slots, accessible to the customers of Scommesse Italia for the first time.
Content made available:
The Italy-facing domain’s players will now be able to access the Malta-based provider’s high-quality offering including recent releases such as Ancient Egypt Classic and Leprechaun Carol alongside Wolf Gold, winner of multiple awards.
“key area of focus“
Commenting on the supply agreement, Chief Commercial Officer for Pragmatic, Melissa Summerfield said…
“We are thrilled to have signed a deal with Scommesse Italia, an operator whose vision for delivering innovation and rich gaming experiences matches our own.
“Italy is a key area of focus for Pragmatic Play as part of our strategy to expand into regulated markets, and we are pleased to have extended our reach,” explained Summerfield.
“proven track record“
Director for Scommesse Italia, Luigi Manda added…
“Pragmatic Play have a proven track record for consistently delivering quality content, and their portfolio is filled with immersive, engaging games.
“We are delighted to be taking their games on board, and look forward to a long and successful collaboration.”
Extreme Live Gaming acquisition:
The supplier recently signed a content agreement with the Spain-facing domain, Casinobarcelona.es., the online platform of renowned European gaming space, Casino Barcelona. And Having acquired Extreme Live Gaming this summer, the provider has made additional investments into the live casino vertical in an effort to further enhance its ever-growing product offering of video slots, bingo and scratchcards and cementing its positioning as a leading provider in the iGaming industry.
Supplier license add:
Just last week, Pragmatic Play announced that the Government of Gibraltar had granted them a B2B supplier license, which will enable operators who possess a Gibraltar license to integrate the Malta-based content provider’s successful games portfolio, including recent releases such as Ancient Egypt Classic, a spin on the previously released, Ancient Egypt, Vegas Magic and Da Vinci’s Treasure.