Pragmatic Play swells Swiss presence via Partouche’s

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Pragmatic Play has added yet more depth in the Swiss online gaming market following the roll-out of a content integration with the Groupe Partouche owned brand

This will see the igaming entity add further depth to its slots roster, with the entire Pragmatic Play portfolio, which includes Gates of Olympus, Big Bass Bonanza, The Hand of Midas and Sweet Bonanza, to become available to players.

Partouche’s becomes the online casino content supplier’s latest agreement in the country, following partnerships with Grand Casino Luzern’s mycasino and Casinò Lugano’s Swiss4Win. The firm has also adopted a significant Latin American focus in recent months.

“The Partouche group is a big name in land-based casino, and its Pasino brand brings that well-deserved reputation online” commented Irina Cornides, Chief Operating Officer at Pragmatic Play.

“We are proud to be in perfect alignment with the group’s aim of providing high-quality entertainment, and it presents the perfect opportunity for us to put our award-winning games in front of even more players and grow our footprint in the Swiss market.”  

Partouche Group, a Paris headquartered operating group, boasts a foothold across Europe courtesy of its network of 42 land-based casinos in France, Switzerland, Belgium and Tunisia. 

Rupert Ecker, Managing Director at, said: “ and the Groupe Partouche stand for the best entertainment and the highest quality for its players. Pragmatic Play’s range of games is thus another important partner and delivers a further upgrade to our licensed Swiss online casino with its popular games.  

“We’re delighted to be able to offer our players such a huge number of new titles and we’re sure our slots enthusiasts are going to have a fantastic time with the number of new games available to them.”