Pragmatic Play has rolled-out a decided 12 table live casino studio alongside Stake, which follows the content provider swelling its presence in South America via a multi-product deal with Sysgaming.
The former has debuted a Stake-branded environment that delivers a live casino experience across games such as blackjack, roulette and baccarat.
Edward Craven, Stake Co-founder, commented: “Pragmatic Play’s commitment to ensuring our every need is met can be felt in every aspect of our custom studio, which emphasises the unique capabilities of our brand.
“We are excited to see how our new home for live casino content is received by our players and look forward to many more months of successful collaboration with a leading partner.”
The development follows recent similar undertakings with the likes of 888, Betway, Kindred’s Unibet and Mansion’s M88 as Pragmatic Play continues to grow its roster of bespoke studios.
“We are delighted by how our partnership with Stake has materialised. It allows us to maintain our growth as a leading provider of unique live casino environments,” noted Irina Cornides, Chief Operating Officer at Pragmatic Play.
“The opportunity to deliver a branded studio that elevates the betting experience of Stake customers is one that we couldn’t shy away from, and we expect the new facility to be well received.”
Furthermore, Sysgaming customers will gain access to Pragmatic Play’s slots suite, including games such as Gates of Olympus, Striking Hot 5 and Down the Rails.
Furthermore, live casino products, such as Sweet Bonanza CandyLand and Mega Wheel, will also be integrated, as well as the provider’s range of virtual sports content.
Victor Arias, Vice President of Latin American Operations at Pragmatic Play, added: “We’re thrilled to grow in South America with an established brand like Sysgaming, helping us to establish a strong foothold in the territory.
“We expect players to enjoy the variety of award-winning content that we are known for, with this impressive deal allowing us to reach more players than ever before.”