Online gambling operator LeoVegas has gone live with the bingo offering of Pragmatic Play, a move which marks the complete integration of the online casino content provider’s products.
LeoVegas has previously integrated Pragmatic Play’s range of slots games, with more than 200 HTML5 titles currently available, as well as the supplier’s expanding live casino suite.
Lena Yasir, vice president at Pragmatic Play, said of the agreement: “We’ve always strived to create a top-quality, multi-product content and it is something we’re very proud of achieving.
“LeoVegas going live with our bingo vertical marks the complete integration of Pragmatic Play’s products, which has been a truly smooth process due to our single API integration, and it stands as testament to the high level of content within our portfolio. We look forward to enjoying this growing relationship for a long time.”
As a result of the strengthened agreement, players are to gain access to daily jackpots and prizes as well as six game variants, including the supplier’s recently released Bingo Blast. The mobile-first title is said to be 3-4 times faster than the average 90-ball bingo game.
James Ford, group head of casino at LeoVegas Gaming Group, added: “Pragmatic Play’s content offering is impressive not just through the variety of products, but also through the consistency of their popularity with our players.
“The reception of both the live casino and slots verticals has been very positive, so it was a natural choice for us to expand the relationship further to include bingo. We’re delighted to take our partnership to the next level and enjoy Pragmatic Play’s full product offering for the foreseeable future.”
This latest agreement for Pragmatic Play follows a slots-based agreement Colombian sports betting and igaming operator Zamba, the online arm of the Vicca Group, as well the firm making its live casino products become available to EveryMatrix casino clients in Europe and Latin America.