Malta-based casino games developer Pragmatic Play has signed an agreement to roll out its portfolio of games with Cherry-owned iGaming operator ComeOn.

The operator’s players will now have access to Pragmatic Play’s entire portfolio, including recent releases Da Vinci’s Treasure and Peking Luck, as well as the supplier’s popular Wolf Gold title.

“Our commercial reach is continuing to go from strength to strength, and we are proud to bring our titles to ComeOn’s customers for the first time,” said Pragmatic Play chief commercial officer Melissa Summerfield. “They have been a pleasure to work with, and we look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship with one of iGaming’s foremost operators.”

ComeOn chief executive Lahcene Merzoug commented: “Pragmatic Play’s games stand out, built on tightly designed maths models and an approach to design that serves a well-rounded gameplay experience.

“We always look to bring our players the latest and greatest iGaming content, and integrating Pragmatic Play’s titles is a major step in our aim to deliver an unrivalled online casino experience.”

Shares in Cherry AB (STO:CHER) were trading up 2.75 per cent at SEK56.00 per share in Stockholm Tuesday morning.

 

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