After the successful launch of two new slots games in March, multi-product content provider, Pragmatic Play, has welcomed April in with some great news. The Sliema-headquartered firm recently announced that the Romanian regulator (ONJN) has granted the firm a Class II license to operate its new live casino studio in Bucharest.
The firm revealed its exciting news in an official press release, which further communicated that the newly-built, state-of-the-art studio can accommodate 43 tables, with future extensions possible. The developer went on to say that its fully-licensed status enables it to provide both online and land-based operators with a product reflective of the unique and high-quality Pragmatic brand.
Live Casino offering:
According to the leading online casino games developer’s announcement, its Live Casino portfolio boasts player favorites such as Live Baccarat, Live Blackjack and Live Roulette, as well as the successful Live Auto Roulette, Live Speed Roulette and Live Baccarat Super Six ‘already on the roadmap.’
The Malta-based firm’s Live Casino offering is attractive to a ‘high-level, demanding clientele’ and have been designed to mirror the exciting atmosphere of land-based gameplay, but will all of the advantages of playing online, including ease of wagering, complete bet history, detailed game statistics and more.
Commenting on the receipt of its operating license and new Bucharest studio, Chief Business Development Officer for Pragmatic, Yossi Barzely, said…
“We are pleased to have been granted this licence to operate our cutting-edge studio, an important step as we build the industry’s first-choice live casino solution: a solid and reliable platform, the most advanced technologies and an artistic cinematic approach, all managed by a team of professionals with extensive experience in the field.
Pragmatic Play’s Live Casino vertical is a new landmark for our company. We enter this extremely competitive market with an outstanding multichannel solution that makes us confident we’ll reach and surpass the highest industry standards,” added Barzely.
As mentioned previously, the developer made quick work of launching two new video slots in March; one a modern take on classic fruit slots, Extra Juicy, and the other the ancient Rome-themed Wild Gladiators. And in between their launches, the firm fortified its relationship with Europe’s premier GameTech company, LeoVegas Gaming Group.