Software provider Pragmatic Play has signed an agreement that sees its live casino portfolio available in UK for the first time via SkillOnNet.
The deal further enhances Pragmatic Play’s relationship with the software platform provider, which currently provides access to the supplier’s full portfolio of award-winning slots, including Wolf Gold, John Hunter and the Tomb of the Scarab Queen, and Mustang Gold.
Lana Bleichyk, live casino operations manager at Pragmatic Play, stated: “We are thrilled to further extend our partnership with SkillOnNet. It marks the entry into the UK market for our live casino products, so it is a very exciting time for us.”
The deal is one of the first that will see Pragmatic Play’s live casino portfolio featured in the UK regulated market. As well as the UK, Pragmatic now joins other regulated markets in which SkillOnNet operates, including Denmark, Sweden, Schleswig Holstein, Spain and Portugal.
Jani Kontturi, head of games at SkillOnNet, commented: “We’re delighted to be able to offer Pragmatic Play’s impressive live casino portfolio to our online casino offering. We already have a strong relationship with Pragmatic Play, and we look forward to this continuing for a long time.”
SkillOnNet’s network of casino brands, which already includes PlayOJO, DrueckGlueck and AhtiGames, will now offer some of the most dynamic Live Casino titles in the market, such as Pragmatic Play’s Speed Roulette, Blackjack and Baccarat.
The agreement with Pragmatic is the latest involving SkillOnNet and follows on from the recent deal it signed with Finlandia Casino which saw the operator gain access to SkillOnNet’s portfolio that includes over 3,000 slots, jackpot, casino, table and live dealer titles.
At the time, Jerry Land, VP of B2B solutions at SkillOnNet, added: “While more and more platform providers are looking to shut down their white-label offering, SkillOnNet continues to add new online casinos to its growing roster of brands and we are delighted to welcome Finlandia onboard.
“Unlike other platform providers, we have the right systems in place to increase margins for our partners while holding licences in most of the major European markets. This is why Finlandia took the decision to migrate from its old platform to SkillOnNet.”