Fri, Aug 2, 7:53am by Staff Writer
Pragmatic Play has had its entire portfolio of online casino games rolled out with PlayFortuna, the gambling content provider announced earlier this week.
Casino News Daily reports that the latest integration has come amid a busy commercial period for Pragmatic Play and as part of its strategy to expand across multiple existing and new markets.
The online gaming supplier has given PlayFortuna access to its full suit of titles, including player-favourites such as Monkey Warriors, Wolf Gold and Mustang Gold.
Pragmatic Play’s entire library has been integrated and is now available to customers of the online casino via a single API.
Owned by Netglobe Services Ltd. And licenced in Curacao, PlayFortuna is an online casino that features games by a number of providers and across a number of markets.
Its offering is available in English, German, Polish and Russian, indicating that the brand is targeting both the global market as well as regional markets in central Europe and the CIS region, among others.
Commenting on their latest integration, Yossi Barzely, chief business development officer at Pragmatic Play, said that they are pleased to now be live with PlayFortuna and “look forward to seeing how the games perform on the casino.”
Mr Barzely added that the company is gaining “some real momentum now”, with the number of new clients growing every month.
Commenting on the recent roll out of Pragmatic Play content, PlayFortuna said that the supplier’s games are “a fantastic asset alongside our existing content” and that they are thrilled to have them on board.
The Pragmatic Play team has been pretty busy over the past year as the company has signed a series of commercial agreements in a number of regulated markets, thus expanding its reach and strengthening its foothold.
It was last week when the online casino content supplier revealed that it was ramping up preparations for going live in Colombia with locally licenced operator Wplay.co.
The operation was the first one to receive a gaming and betting licence from Colombia’s regulator, Coljuegos, to provide its services in the newly reorganised space.
In recent months, Pragmatic Play also signed to important deal to secure the penetration of its new live casino and bingo offering in multiple markets.
Under the terms of the deals, the company’s latest products would go live with Austrian gambling veteran Interwetten and 1xBet, an operation that boasts presence in numerous markets around the world.
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Earlier this month, Pragmatic Play also announced the signing of a multi-product deal with fellow online gambling content provider SoftSwiss.
The agreement between the two companies will see Pragmatic Play integrate its Live Casino and Bingo with SoftSwiss.
The content will thus become available to a number of major online gambling operators.
Pragmatic Play’s Live Casino offers mobile-friendly online live casino experience and includes some of the world’s most popular table games such as blackjack, roulette, and baccarat.
Its live casino studio features 4k-camera technology, while action is handled by professional casino dealers.
Casino technology is continuously evolving thanks to cutting edge modernisations that are being developed.
CIO Review reports some of the latest trends that should peak the interest of those interest in online betting and gambling, with a slant on the future of casino industry.
The Virtual Reality (VR) headset market has been steadily on the rise, with a large number of casino games being developed to incorporate this engaging software.
VR has turned out to be an excellent option for players who want to avoid visiting casinos in person, but still want to cherish the realistic fervors of table games like blackjack and poker.
Traditionalists who postulated that digital casino gaming would provide a menial experience have been proven wrong, as VR has enhanced the excitement of players.
It has made games interactive, so the experience almost border on a real-life occurrence.
An offshoot of Virtual Reality is Augmented Reality (AR) that is not lagging behind VR in becoming a casino trend in undergoing experimentation, research and development.
The superimposition of the real and the virtual bring live dealers to the player’s doorstep, making augmented gameplay experiences possible.
Wearable devices such as smart watches and other such gadgets are also becoming an increasingly familiar sight, although casino operators are aware of the risks these could pose to the integrity of the gaming experience.
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