Malta-based gaming content provider Pragmatic Play is to launch live casino products, which are set to be broadcast from its newly constructed state of the art studio.
Amongst its portfolio of live casino offerings are to be a wide selection of games, including baccarat, roulette and blackjack, which the company plans to showcase at the upcoming Ice London event next month.
The games are set to be hosted by a variety of “highly skilled” dealers, delivered utilising “superior video quality” and “cutting edge technology” alongside a UI designed to “provide the most immersive, mobile-first gaming experience”.
Yossi Barzely, chief business development officer at Pragmatic Play, commented: “Lifting the lid on our live casino portfolio is a landmark moment for Pragmatic Play as we underline our multi-product strategy. This step is also highly important to capitalise on our ever-growing regulated market presence.
“We are delighted to be launching our games from a dedicated high-tech studio, and certain these products will strike a chord with players all over the globe.”
Coming amidst a busy period for the provider, Pragmatic Play was one of a number of organisations to confirm its entry into the re-regulated Swedish market earlier this month.
Games from the supplier, who also acquired Extreme Live Gaming from Novomatic in November of last year, are now available to licensed operators in the country and already live with leading brands such as PokerStars and Svenska Spel.
Melissa Summerfield, chief commercial officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Expanding in regulated jurisdictions is central to our strategic ambitions, and entering Sweden is a big piece of the puzzle for Pragmatic Play as we continue to move forward.
“We have cemented our standing as a provider that pushes the boundaries with an award-winning portfolio of content, and we look forward to bringing our games to Swedish operators including Svenska Spel.”