Pragmatic Play has entered into an agreement with Kanon Gaming, distributing its igaming content via the latter’s Swedish-facing Casino Epic brand.

Lauding by Pragmatic as a ‘truly important milestone’, the deal follows on from several ‘key integrations’ secured by the company, including with firms such as Betgame, Palms Bet and MaxBet.

Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “We’re very pleased to take multiple verticals live with the Casino Epic brand in Sweden – a key regulated market in which we are constantly looking to expand in.

“As one of Europe’s most mature markets, our titles are always received well there, and finding more partners to bring our games to players in the region is something we continue to strive for. We really look forward to this positive relationship.”

The Malta-based igaming provider – which also entered the sportsbook space this year, signing DAZN as a client – will also provide its Baccarat, BlackJack and Mega Roulette products to the Swedish brand. 

Slot titles included under the agreement are John Hunter and the Quest for Bermuda Riches, Barn Festival, Wolf Gold and Gates of Olympus, the latter of which was awarded with the CasinoBeats’ Slot of the Year Award last night. 

Jennifer Wiljen, CRM Manager at Kanon Gaming, added: “Pragmatic Play’s slots and Live Casino titles are enjoyed by a huge number of players globally and we’re very excited to be able to add them to our formidable offering.

 “Through the single API integration, we’re able to add products swiftly and quickly scale the potential of the deal, which is something that allows Pragmatic Play to stand out through its numerous product tranches.”