Pragmatic Play (PP) has announced it signed a substantial agreement. Indeed, the premium game provider has inked a deal with PokerStars Casino (PSC). The partnership ensures that PSC players will have access to a wide and yet new portfolio of slots. At the same time, it also marks a huge success for the game studio.
A Major Deal
The new deal is, surely, a major achievement for both parts. First, it brings classic games like Wolf Gold to a much wider audience. Besides, PP also boasts several popular titles released just recently, Da Vinci’s Treasure, Peking Luck or Madame Destiny, are among the most successful ones.
To sum up, its unique in-house portfolio holds over 80 proven slot games. That support 26 languages and all major currencies. In fact, PSC’s broad player base has a massive business impact for the game studio, too. “The commercial arrangement was one of the most significant in our history,” said PP chief executive Yossi Barzely. “We are happy to have secured a deal with one of the biggest businesses in our industry. The Stars brand has a worldwide reach. It allows players across the globe to access Pragmatic Play content,” Barzely continued.
In essence, the company’s enthusiasm is understandable. Indeed, the agreement marks a before and after for the game developer. But it is far from being the only great deal that PP inked in the past months. In fact, this summer saw the company strike partnerships with several European operators.
The studio recently acquired Extreme Live Gaming. The company also invested in its live casino offering. So that it keeps expanding its portfolio of slots, scratchcards, and other games. “We strive to create engaging casino content that the players love. We are looking forward to partnering with PokerStars Casino. As well as to producing great content for them,” Barzely added.