Some iGaming studios have built their reputation consistently delivering quality products over two decades; Pragmatic Play has done so in just a handful of years. Founded in 2015, Pragmatic Play has experienced a meteoric rise in the iGaming industry, justified by the impressive quality of its titles.
The studio offers first-class slots like Sweet Bonanza, The Dog House, Wolf Gold, Fruit Party, and John Hunter and the Tomb of the Scarab Queen. On top of this, Pragmatic Play gives operators access to a wide selection of table, online bingo, live casino, and even virtual sports games.
In total, Pragmatic Play’s portfolio consists of over 200 titles, to which a new release is added every week. Games are developed in HTML5, guaranteeing the support of all devices, from desktop computers to smartphones.
The studio’s live casino offering, in particular, is worth spending a few words for. In 2019, Pragmatic Play opened a dedicated state-of-the-art facility in Bucharest, Romania, from which its Baccarat, Sic Bo, Roulette, and Blackjack products are streamed. Pragmatic Play employs the latest technologies and fail-safes to guarantee the uninterrupted availability of its live products, with the aim to provide exceptional reliability and a 99.99% uptime.
Pragmatic Play’s global presence is reflected in the locations of its offices, distributed across three continents (Europe, Asia, Africa and South America). The studio holds licenses issued by the Malta Gaming Authority, the British Licensing Commission, the National Gambling Office of Romania (ONJN), the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority, and the Gaming Board for the Bahamas. Furthermore, its games’ RNGs are certified by GLI and Gaming Associates.
In addition to its extensive catalogue of games, Pragmatic Play brings operators a comprehensive suite of promotional tools, Enhance. This allows the set-up of fully customised tournaments, as well as the delivery of prize drops and free rounds to boost players’ engagement.