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Landmark deal marks the latest expansion in the provider’s reach
8 May 2018: Pragmatic Play, the multi-award-winning casino games developer, has continued the expansion of its global reach in a landmark partnership with Danske Spil.
The rapidly growing provider will provide Danske Spil with high-performing titles including Wolf Gold, Hot Safari and Journey to the West.
Melissa Summerfield, Chief Commercial Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Danske Spil are one of Europe’s foremost operators, and we are very pleased to be bringing our acclaimed portfolio to their players in Denmark.
“This is another important step for us as we continue to deliver the industry’s most sought-after collection of games in regulated markets.”
Søren Schneider, Head of Product at Danske Spil, said: “Our core priority is to grow the first-class online casino experience that we bring to our players with the greatest games on the market.
“Pragmatic Play have been great to work with as we activate this integration, and we look forward to enjoying a long and productive relationship as we move forward together.”
Pragmatic Play releases two new games a month throughout the year, most recently the vibrant and enticing Fire 88.
These games now feature with many of the world’s leading online gaming companies including Mr Green, Betclic, Lottoland and GVC Holdings.
About Pragmatic Play
Pragmatic Play is one of the fastest growing mobile and desktop providers of digital casino games for the online gaming industry. Our passion for premium entertainment is unrivalled and we strive to create only the most engaging and evocative gaming experiences. Pragmatic Play’s Games Library contains unique in-house content consisting of over 80 proven slot games, supporting 23 languages and all major currencies. We employ our extensive expertise to ensure that each high-quality game developed in our studios represents our mantra of innovation and dedication. For more information please visit http://pragmaticplay.com/
Source: European Gaming Industry News