Malta-based casino games developer Pragmatic Play has expanded its presence in the regulated Italian iGaming market following an agreement with leading platform provider Microgame.

The agreement will see the supplier’s portfolio of content made available to Microgame’s operator partners, including recent releases Da Vinci’s Treasure and Wolf Gold.

“We are delighted to have agreed a deal with Microgame, an extremely well established and highly-regarded provider in an exciting market,” said Pragmatic Play chief commercial officer Melissa Summerfield. “Cementing our position as a premium provider in regulated markets is central to our strategy, and this agreement is another step towards our ambitions as we grow our mobile-focused, client-centric delivery.”

Microgame managing director Marco Castaldo added: “We are proud to be hosting Pragmatic Play’s diverse library of content, and we know that our partners will benefit from the addition of their games.

“Pragmatic Play is renowned for its immersive, innovative content, and we look forward to a long and successful partnership.”

The deal expands Pragmatic Play’s presence in the market, with more than ten operators already launching its games in Italy this year, including OIA Services, Betsson’s StarCasino and Kindred’s Italian brands.

 

 

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