Content provider Pragmatic Play has linked up with LuckyDays in an agreement to take its Live Casino offering across Europe.
As part of the partnership, the operator’s players will gain access to Pragmatic Play’s portfolio of live dealer games, including recent release Mega Roulette and Mega Wheel – the supplier’s first game-show inspired titles – along with its other various table games.
The provider’s collection of Live Casino products is broadcast from a studio in Romania, utilising the latest 4k video technology and audio systems, hosted by professionally trained dealers.
Josh Logan, casino director at LuckyDays, said: “Live Casino is a key product and with Pragmatic Play’s quality and diversity of tables they are a given to partner with in this vertical. We are thrilled to be able to offer their product to our customers.
“With their innovative content and strong roadmap, we envisage this collaboration continuing to go from strength to strength into the future.”
Pragmatic Play’s latest agreement further expands its footprint in Europe, following similar Live Casino deals with providers such as Betway, Kindred and more.
Lena Yasir, vice president of Malta Operations at Pragmatic Play, noted: “We’re delighted to be taking our growing Live Casino offering live with LuckyDays. Expanding our reach in Europe has been a priority for us, so we couldn’t be happier to agree to this deal.”
Pragmatic Play currently produces up to five new slot titles a month, while also delivering Live Casino and Bingo games as part of its multi-product portfolio, available through one single API.