Pragmatic Play’s continued expansion to new markets has just been given a boost through new partnerships. From now on, Pragmatic Play’s live casino games and others can be played in Brazil and Germany. The popular live studio has signed deals with Loto Giro and Greentube which will help it enter these two major markets.
In just a short time, every Brazilian and German live casino will have the chance to partner up with Pragmatic Play and add its live dealer games. The content supply deals also include Pragmatic’s popular slots, covering every aspect of its portfolio.
A Major Step Up
Pragmatic Play’s entrance into Brazil didn’t happen overnight. The studio has long known how extensive a market it is and was looking for a way in. A content supply deal was signed with Loto Giro to the delight of both companies and of course, their fans.
Edson Mendonca, Loto Giro’s CEO, was excited to welcome Pragmatic Play into the fold. He says that Loto Giro was keen on adding premium content, and that the company’s happy the deal was signed with Pragmatic Play. With this move, Loto Giro is adding three different verticals to its platform with one swift integration.
Brazilian players can now enjoy Pragmatic’s immersive content. The live dealer gaming platform features some stellar games including blackjack, roulette, and baccarat variants in different languages. The live studio has enjoyed massive success with game-show inspired games including Mega Wheel and blackjack variants such as Blackjack Azure.
All of that and more will soon be available to Brazilian operators. They are said to be relishing the opportunity to enjoy the live dealer games and slots. With this partnership, Pragmatic Play expands its foothold in Latin America which has been its major commercial focus for a while now.
Germany In the Fold as Well
It’s not just Brazil that Pragmatic Play has been expanding too. Thanks to a deal signed with Greentube’s German-facing StarGames brand, the studio will bolster its presence in one of the biggest European markets. Just like the deal signed with Loto Giro, the StarGames partnership covers Pragmatic Play’s full portfolio of games.
That means that soon Germany’s operators can enjoy Pragmatic’s slot hits as well as its live dealer games and offers. Pragmatic Play Live has been a major hit in Europe thanks to the games as well as special live casino bonuses and promotions that can spice up the gameplay like nothing else.
The new partnerships will push Pragmatic Play and its live division to step things up and conquer a market dominated by Evolution Gaming. Pragmatic Play isn’t rushing things. It’s taking everything one step at a time, and with these two deals, it has already expanded its foothold in two big markets.
One thing’s for sure. The Brazilian and German live casino market have just become more competitive, and fans can do nothing else than celebrate it in the best way possible – playing the live dealer games.