Malta-based gaming content provider Pragmatic Play has been granted a B2B supplier licence by the government of Gibraltar.

The Casino (B2B) licence means Gibraltar-licensed operators can integrate Pragmatic Play’s portfolio of games, including the popular Wolf Gold, and recent releases such as Da Vinci’s Treasure and Ancient Egypt Classic.

Melissa Summerfield, chief commercial officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Gibraltar is a renowned jurisdiction and this licence represents a crucial step for us as we move ahead with our strategy to make our award-winning products available to regulated markets worldwide.

“We have already found great success in markets such as Italy, Portugal and Spain, and we definitely look forward to delivering our recognised portfolio of games to the major Gibraltar-based igaming operators.”

In the last quarter, the provider has increased its footprint in Europe, signing deals with major operators PokerStars, Kindred Group and Casumo.