April 7, 2020 written by

Pragmatic Play and LeoVegas sign new deal

iGaming content provider Pragmatic Play recently announced a deal with online casino LeoVegas. In short, the agreement means that LeoVegas can add the bingo games from Pragmatic Play to their casinos.

Pragmatic Play’s range of bingo offerings will now be available on LeoVegas and its associated brands. For example, players of Crown Bingo, Pink Casino, and Legs Eleven, as well as LeoVegas, will benefit from these bingo titles.

This deal will help Pragmatic Play spread its influence further across the online gaming world. It will also help LeoVegas, as having further additions to their game portfolio will attract new players as well as retaining their current players.

Innovative and full of features

Pragmatic Play is famous for being one of the leading content providers for the online gaming industry.

They offer many variations of the popular game, including 90-ball Ballroom, 80-ball Boombox, 75-ball Stars and Stripes, 50-ball Rock’n’Swing, 30-ball Speedy 30, and others. This gives players plenty of choice and will greatly enhance the game selection of the LeoVegas casinos that will benefit from them.

Pragmatic Play ensured these bingo games are flexible and innovative, so casino operators can adapt them according to their brand. In addition to this, their bingo titles offer exciting features and competitive daily jackpots that will be in-demand from players and operators alike.

Recently, Pragmatic Play also released a mobile-first bingo game. It is a unique and innovative product that will make waves in a competitive and crowded market.

“stand-out product”

Both parties seem happy with the potential opportunities this deal offers.

Claire McDaid, Vice President of Bingo at Pragmatic Play said:

‘I am thrilled and thoroughly looking forward to working with the LeoVegas team on both their existing bingo brands and their new launches.

“The Pragmatic Play bingo team have worked vigorously to ensure we have a stand-out product across UX, UI and Back Office features which I am confident will enable LeoVegas and the Rocket X managed brands to drive their bingo business forward.

Meanwhile, LeoVegas also expressed excitement at the deal. A LeoVegas spokesperson said:

“We are delighted to further enhance our agreement with Pragmatic Play and take their revolutionary bingo offering.

“We have a close relationship with the supplier already, taking both slot titles and Live Casino products, so it was the next logical step to take another vertical from them, considering how well their products have performed in our portfolio.”

LeoVegas launched back in 2012 and has since grown to become a popular casino brand. It particularly specialises in mobile casino, aiming to give its players an exciting gaming experience wherever they may be.

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