Wed, May 22, 12:36pm by Staff Writer
One of the leading software providers for slots, live casino and bingo has announced a landmark deal with European operator Interwetten to integrate their live casino offering.
Interwetten customers will have access to Pragmatic Play’s live casino games, all of which will be broadcast using the latest technology from a state of the art, newly constructed studio, Calvin Ayre reports.
The operator’s agreement to roll out Pragmatic Play’s live casino portfolio is among the first to be announced, after its studio was granted an operational licence by the Romanian regulator earlier in 2019.
Appealing to a high-level, demanding clientele, Pragmatic Play’s live casino games are designed to recreate the thrill of the land-based atmosphere with all the advantages of online play: fast and easy placing bets, detailed game statistics, complete bet history, guiding sound effects and animations.
Chief commercial officer at Pragmatic Play Melissa Summerfield said, “we are thrilled to be taking our offering live with such a highly regarded operator as Interwetten.”
“This marks a great milestone for Pragmatic Play as we consolidate our position as leading multi-product supplier, and our brand new live casino studio will host high quality content for Interwetten customers,” she said.
Head of casino at Interwetten Mario Bilic said, “Pragmatic Play has forged a sterling reputation in the iGaming industry and we are delighted to be one of the first operators to offer its high-quality, live casino games.”
“Their portfolio is highly regarded in the market and we have every confidence Pragmatic’s live casino will be a big hit with our players.”
Pragmatic Play has signed a series of significant commercial agreements over the past 12 months in regulated markets, expanding its reach with operators including PokerStars, Kindred and Casumo.
The provider’s entire portfolio of slots, live casino, bingo and other games are all available via a single API.
— Casino Players Report (@CasinoPlayersRp) May 21, 2019
Pragmatic Play is a leading content provider to the iGaming industry.
It offers a multi-product portfolio of innovative, regulated and mobile-focused gaming products.
They strive to create the most engaging and evocative experience for all of their customers across a range of products.
Pragmatic’s games library contains unique in-house content consisting of more than 100 proven HTML5 games available in 26 languages and all currencies in major certified markets.
Interwetten has 1.8 million customers from more than 200 countries and a betting revenue of 1.4 billion euros.
In addition to classic sports betting, the portfolio of Interwetten is complemented by a comprehensive live betting offer, casino, live casinos and a variety of exciting games.
The company was founded in Vienna in 1990 as a sports betting provider and has been online with the website for more than 20 years.
It distributes more than 95 per cent of its revenue to its customers as profits.
The founding member of the European Gaming and Betting Association has been licenced in Malta by the Malta Gaming Authority since 2005.
Interwetten has also successfully completed licencing procedures in Italy, Spain, Germany, Ireland and Sweden.
One of the biggest players in the iGaming industry has landed another big deal with an industry veteran.
Microgaming’s library of player-favourite titles has gone live across the online gambling brands of Mansion, the Isle of Man studio said in a press release on Tuesday.
The deal represents another important milestone in Microgaming’s long history as one of the most popular online casino game studios.
The supplier’s titles are now available with Mansion’s flagship brand Casino.com as wel as with MansionCasino, MansionBet and Slots Heaven.
The deal will help Mansion enhance its offering with Microgaming’s portfolio of “cross-platform games, from branded blockbusters to home-grown titles,” today’s press release said.
Founded in 2013, Mansion has more than 15 years of experience in the ever-expanding online gambling industry.
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