Pragmatic Play, a Malta-based online casino software provider, announced yesterday that Harry Biring has been installed as Senior Business Development Manager for the company. A media handout from the company states that Biring has ended a three-year stint as senior account manager at SG Interactive and has joined Pragmatic Play in order to oversee their global expansion.

Prior to that Biring worked as Betsoft Gaming’s marketing director and has worked with other industry leading developers, suppliers, and providers such as NetEnt, Smart Gaming Group, and Skrill.

The Head of Business Development at Pragmatic Play, Yossi Barzely, said: “Harry’s excellent track record in the gaming industry speaks for itself, and we are delighted to welcome him to Pragmatic Play.

“His experience and know-how will prove invaluable as we expand our footprint in regulated markets. Harry’s immediate focus includes the UK and Gibraltar so we’re confident that he’ll be a great acquisition for the business.”

Biring is quoted as well: “I am very happy to have joined one of the industry’s fastest growing providers of high-quality content.

“It is a relatively young company, but one with huge positive momentum and I am excited at the prospect of contributing towards its future growth and success.”

The appointment places a feather in the cap of both the company and Biring as part of a strategic plan to expand the award winning provider’s reach into the global market. The company’s library already features more than 80 proven digital casino games for mobile and desk top, supporting 22 languages and all major currencies.

Pragmatic Play is on a development rampage releasing two new games every month. The company holds licenses with the Malta Gaming Authority, Gambling Commission, Romania’s ONJN, Pagcor, Curacao Egaming, AAMS of Italy, and the Bahamas Gaming Board. Their games can be found in the suites of such well known online venues as Vera & John, Mr. Green, Betsson, Video Slots and others and are integrated into multiple platforms including Microgaming’s Quickfire.