Pragmatic Play, which boasts offices in the United Kingdom, Malta, Gibraltar and the Philippines, has ramped up its Malta Gaming Authority certification.

The casino content developer, which provides software for video slots, live casino and bingo, has been awarded a recognition notice by the island authority. 

The Malta-based content provider, which is certified and licensed in over 20 countries, currently holds an MGA critical supply licence to offer online casino products.

Under the new MGA recognition notice awarded to the games provider, it affords the opportunity to offer live casino and bingo products to MGA licensed operators.

Yossi Barzely, chief business development officer at Pragmatic Play, commented on the approval: “We’re delighted to have passed the stringent criteria required to supply MGA licensed operators, and are looking forward to offering our bingo and live casino to the market.

“Pragmatic Play slots have been very popular with players in this territory and we’re excited to offer fresh, exciting new products we hope will become fan favourites in no time.”

Yesterday Pragmatic Play added a new content deal which will see its suite of titles go live via operator PlayFortuna, with July very much a month of expansion for the firm.

Earlier in the company followed up a multi-product deal alongside SoftSwiss by introducing ‘enhance,’ a fresh suite of marketing and gamification features.

Parimatch also inked an agreement to take onboard a selection of the Pragmatic Play portfolio, before become the first operator in Colombia to integrate the firm’s titles in a deal that had Barzely state “We are always looking to enter new regulated markets and look forward to a long and successful partnership with”.

Most recently the organisation agreed a deal to integrate its slots and live casino content across the SkillOnNet network of casino brands, which includes PlayOJO, DrueckGlueck and AhtiGames.