Maltese online casino games developer, Pragmatic Play Limited, has announced the signing of an agreement that is to see it supply iGaming operator, Interwetten Gaming Limited, with a portfolio of live-dealer titles.

Romanian revelation:

Headquartered in the Valetta suburb of Sliema, the innovator used an official press release to detail that the deal will involve the domain at featuring a range of action from its newly-opened studio in Romania. It explained that this Bucharest-based endeavor was granted a provisional license in April and currently has the ability to host some 43 gaming tables offering a range of live-dealer games encompassing roulette, blackjack and baccarat.

Advanced attraction:

Melissa Summerfield, Chief Commercial Officer for Pragmatic, used the press release to declare that her firm’s live-dealer offering has been designed to appeal to ‘a high-level and demanding clientele’ by offering punters ‘the thrill of the land-based atmosphere with all the advantages of online play.’ She stated that this service moreover provides aficionados with the ability to easily and quickly place wagers alongside the capability to keep track of their actions via the use of detailed game statistics and bet histories.

Summerfield’s statement read…

“We are thrilled to be taking our offering live with such a highly-regarded operator as This marks a great milestone for Pragmatic Play Limited as we consolidate our position as a leading multi-product supplier and our brand-new live casino studio will host high-quality content for customers.”

Revered reputation:

For his part, Mario Bilic from Interwetten proclaimed that Pragmatic ‘has forged a sterling reputation in the iGaming industry’ and his firm is ‘delighted to be one of the first operators to offer [its] high-quality live casino games.’

Bilic’s statement read…

“Its portfolio is highly regarded in the market and we have every confidence Pragmatic Play Limited’s live casino games will be a big hit with our players.”