Online casino content provider Pragmatic Play has secured a distribution deal which will see the firm’s live casino products become available to EveryMatrix casino clients in Europe and Latin America.
As a result, the online casinos will gain access to Pragmatic Play’s growing live casino offering, including the recently launched Roulette and Blackjack Azure.
Furthermore, Pragmatic Play’s live portfolio has further expanded via the additions of Mega Sic Bo, localised roulette titles and speed variants of a wide array of casino classics, all of which are also included.
Lena Yasir, vice president at Pragmatic Play, said: “Seeing our burgeoning live offering made available across EveryMatrix’s clients is very exciting for us as we look to grow in the vertical.
“Our product range continues to excel, and we look forward to the response from EveryMatrix’s partners.”
The partnership with EveryMatrix marks another commercial deal signed for the provider’s live casino suite, following on from similar agreements with BlueOcean Gaming and 888 Holdings in recent weeks.
Amund Stensland, COO of CasinoEngine at EveryMatrix, added: “We’re delighted to take Pragmatic Play’s live casino portfolio and offer it through our CasinoEngine platform to our clients.
“With a range of titles that appeal to players of varied demographics, we can’t wait to see how their games are received by our customers.”
Earlier this month, Victor Arias, VP of Latin America at Pragmatic Play, spoke to CasinoBeats about how the supplier has hit the ground running in the continent and what to look forward to in the coming months as more countries look to regulate in the region.
“Latin America has long been touted as the spot for the next explosion in the igaming industry and this year the chatter reached fever pitch. Colombia’s regulatory framework drew admiring comments from all corners, while in recent months Argentina, Brazil and Peru have all taken steps towards regulating, or at least made the right noises,” he explained.
“As the market develops its regulatory footprint and more and more territories adopt legislation, both suppliers and operators will be eyeing up Latin America as the next great gold rush. By establishing a presence in Latin America through our new LatAm hub, we have the perfect opportunity to capitalise on market openings.”