Pragmatic Play has continued to grow its footprint across regulated markets, as the igaming content provider inks a deal to take its entire slots portfolio live with operator BGO.
Under the terms of the agreement, the online casino will gain access to the supplier’s full portfolio of slots games, including latest release Pirate Gold Deluxe, as well as the John Hunter series and Wolf Gold.
Furthermore, Pragmatic Play will also supply BGO with its complete set of gamification tools, titled Enhance, which are designed to drive player engagement and boost acquisition and retention.
Andy Dymock, product director at BGO, said of the partnership: “Pragmatic Play’s slot portfolio gives a wide array of content and we’re excited to offer it to our customers.
“With players tastes continually changing, Pragmatic Play’s portfolio brings forward such an impressive choice of titles, and allied with its Enhance toolkit, we can now deliver even more engaging casino experiences to our users.”
This latest commercial partnership continues a busy period for Pragmatic Play, with BGO following in the footsteps of Colombian operator Luckia, GrooveGaming, Genesis Global, Broadway Gaming, and LeoVegas.
Melissa Summerfield, chief commercial officer at Pragmatic Play, commented on the supplier’s latest agreement: “BGO has an exciting reputation as a rapidly-growing operator and we’re thrilled to partner with them.
“Our content portfolio continues to grow at an impressive rate with five new slots added a month, all appealing to a variety of demographics and player tastes, and this deal allows us to reach a wider audience than ever before.”