Pragmatic Play provides live casino portfolio via Betsson

Igaming content provider Pragmatic Play hails the launch of its complete Live Casino portfolio with Betsson Group as ‘another major milestone’.

Igaming content provider Pragmatic Play hails the launch of its complete live casino portfolio with Betsson Group as ‘another major milestone’.

The launch will see customers of European operators gain access to the provider’s complete collection of live dealer titles, such as Blackjack Azure, Roulette Azure and Mega Wheel. 

Lena Yasir, vice president of Malta operations at Pragmatic Play, said: “Betsson is a huge operator brand and we’re delighted to take our comprehensive range of live casino games live with them across European regulated markets.

“The strength of our live dealer products has seen them be sought after all over the globe and we’re incredibly proud of the hard work that has been put into the portfolio by our team, which is being recognised by leading operators globally.”

Pragmatic Play’s Live portfolio offers players an ‘immersive experience’, with the supplier using the latest in 4K streaming technology. Additionally, the deal also marks the expansion of an existing agreement for Pragmatic Play, with Betsson Group previously taking its full array of slots.

“Pragmatic Play has a strong reputation for delivering stellar igaming experiences and its live dealer selection offers amazing games for our players,” added Jamie Busby, head of live casino at Betsson Group. “With a broad range of titles for players of all demographics, we’re very happy to add this content to our offering and look forward to a long and successful partnership.”

Currently producing up to five new slot titles a month, Pragmatic Play also delivers live casino and Bingo games as part of its multi-product portfolio, available through one single API.

Earlier this week, Pragmatic Play donated £10,200 to the charity group Cancer Relief in Gibraltar which is said to cover training costs for the year, with several new staff members benefiting from further development, whilst other employees will also be able to undertake specialised advanced education.