Pragmatic Play, the leading multi-product content provider, has gone live in Georgia through a partnership agreement with the brand Flutter Entertainment, Adjarabet, on the heels of launching its new online slot.
The new partnership agreement makes the Georgian operator the very first to release the Live Casino brand of the software developer in the country.
Throughout the year, the supplier of creative, controlled and mobile-focused gaming products has continued to add commercial agreements across regulated territories across Europe to its partner operators.
The Malta-based developer of more than 80 HTML5 online games has recently inked similar deals with European sport bets provider, Interwetten; UK-based software and services provider for online and land-based gaming industry, BetConstruct; and high-profile gaming company, 1xBet. At the end of May this year, the latter teamed up with Pragmatic Play to work inside their newly opened studio in Romania with the company.
Pragmatic Play Vice President Lena Yasir used an official press release to report on the latest tie-up saying:
“We are delighted to have entered the Georgian market for the first time with the Flutter brand, Adjarabet.
Adjarabet is the market leader in this territory and this partnership is yet another statement of confidence in our Live Casino product.”
Gaming Director for Adjarabet, Tom Hutchinson, added: “I’m very happy that Adjarabet was the first and currently only operator in the Georgian market to launch the Pragmatic Live Casino product. Given Adjarabet’s market leading position in Georgia and the good quality of Pragmatic Live Casino I’m sure the games will do very well for us and will been joyed by our customers.”
The entire portfolio of live casino games, scratchcards, bingo, and video slots from Pragmatic is accessible through a single API to all its operator partners.