Malta-based online gaming content developer Pragmatic Play, a provider of slots and live casino products, has seen its collection of games go live with Portuguese online casino operator Solverde.
The agreement means all of Pragmatic Play’s content, including recent releases Da Vinci’s Treasure and Peking Luck, are now available to Solverde’s players for the first time.
Melissa Summerfield, chief commercial officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “We are delighted to have announced this agreement and taken our products live with one of Portugal’s leading casino operators.
“We have made a concerted effort to cement our presence in a number of European markets, and Solverde are an exciting operator to work with as we continue to grow our footprint.”
Americo Loureiro, director at Solverde, added: “We are very pleased to have brought Pragmatic Play’s games on board, signing with a provider that boasts a library of impressive and immersive games.
“We can’t wait to see how our customers respond to Pragmatic Play’s exciting content and are confident its products will form a key part of our casino offering.”
Pragmatic Play, which acquired Extreme Live Gaming from the Novomatic gaming group for an undisclosed sum in June of this year, has continued to grow its global presence in regulated markets with a series of recent agreements, including with Casino777 in Spain and Kindred in Italy.