Pragmatic Play Expands Presence In Europe Through Bretano

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Since liaising with Stoiximan’s international brand Betano, Pragmatic Play expanded its presence in selected European markets.

The casino game designer is to bring the full suite of slot services live with the Greek based company under the terms of the new agreement.

It follows from live casino gaming provider Evolution Gaming signing an agreement last month with the online gaming operator to add its full portfolio of live casino content, including game-show brands such as Deal or No Deal Live.

“We are always on the lookout for exciting, engaging content, and Pragmatic Play has some of the most innovative content in the industry,” Yiannis-Petros Kalamvokis, head of games at Stoiximan, said of the deal.

“Their portfolio allows us to elevate our offering, and we look forward to welcoming Pragmatic Play fans to our casino brands.”

The deal provides access to Pragmatic Play’s range of slot games for Betano customers in Portugal and Romania, including The Great Chicken Escape, Sweet Bonanza, and Wolf Gold fan-favourite.

This year, the company managed to ink trade agreements across controlled territories across Europe and recently signed similar agreements with Mansion, SuprNation and SkillOnNet.

Yossi Barzely, chief business development officer at Pragmatic Play, commented: “We prioritise growth in regulated markets, and we are very pleased to further expand our reach in Portugal and Romania by going live on the Betano brand.

“We strive to find partners in strong commercial areas, and are delighted to partner with the Stoiximan Group, who fit our criteria.”

Pragmatic Play’s latest deal saw the firm’s link to the online casino company Wildz, the first organisation to be introduced by Rootz’s casino network, become the latest in a supplier’s chain to do.

This was followed by the developer announcing his newest game, Live Blackjack, promising “the fastest blackjack on the market.”

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