New Partnership Between Pragmatic Play And SoftSwiss In iGaming Deal


The popular software developer, Pragmatic Play, will be signing a new collaboration with a casino provider SoftSwiss. The hopes are that their new upcoming games will be shared on a new platform accessible to larger audiences.

Anyone who has access to the establishment made by SoftSwiss will now have access to a whole wealth of innovative and creative games from the successful game creator. Pragmatic Play will deliver on games like Live Blackjack or Live Roulette thanks to the studio that utilizes up-to-date technology and impressive management.

The live casino games brought by Pragmatic Play will offer new engagement for players, with impressive audio and visual presentation. These new games will be completely mobile optimized and will deliver an authentic casino experience for players.

The bingo products of Pragmatic Play were successfully released back at the ICE event in 2019. Included were advanced customizations and new mechanics not seen anywhere else.

The Chief Business Development Officer of Pragmatic Play, Yossi Barzely, issued the latest statement after the deal was made. He said: “We have experienced considerable success with our live casino product so far, and we are delighted to be able to sign another partnership that will further grow our presence in this vertical”.

They also see this as a great opening to introduce the new and improved bingo products that are quickly becoming the best in the industry.

CEO of SoftSwiss, Ivan Montik, was extremely excited about the results that Pragmatic Play has delivered – everything from cutting-edge technology to new changes that completely create new gambling experiences. He pointed out that Pragmatic Play completely offers this and more, creating more satisfying content for players to enjoy at online casinos.

Players can view the whole portfolio of different games Pragmatic Play has worked on by selecting the API partners that have also partnered with them. This includes slots, bingo, poker and the whole range of table games.

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