Malta-based online casino game developer Pragmatic Play signed a content supply deal with Romania-based online casino operator Superbet.ro. Pragmatic Play’s current and award-winning portfolio of casino games is now live at the new partner operator.
Albert Pesca, Head of Account Management at Pragmatic Play, broke the news in a recent press release on Pragmatic Play’s official news site. Pesca is working together with Joe Legge, Director of Gaming at Superbet, to solidify the partnership and promote Pragmatic Play’s portfolio of casino games. Commenting on the partnership deal, Pesca said:
“We are delighted to see our slot titles go live with the leading Romanian operator, Superbet.ro. We continue to gain industry recognition for our slots, which remain the core of our offering, and we look forward to a long and productive partnership with Superbet.ro.”
Pragmatic Play Limited, the head company handling the software development team, confirmed that its entire portfolio of video fiat and Bitcoin slots, bingo, live dealers, and other casino games is now available at Superbet Interactive in Romania via a single API. Its set of 100 video slots is particularly commended and recognized by Joe Legge.
Since Superbet now has access to the growing portfolio of Pragmatic Play, Romanian players can play smash-hit titles like Wolf Gold (part of the Gold series), Master Joker, Super 7s, Mysterious, Egyptian Fortunes, and Golden Beauty, as well as the latest slot releases like Dance Party, The Wild Machine, and Aztec Bonanza.
Pragmatic Play promises to release three mobile-friendly video slots every month, so Superbet casino and its players get access to a timely and updated portfolio of offerings from this day forward. Coming soon to Pragmatic Play’s partner casinos this March and April, including Superbet, is Wild West Gold and Fruit Rainbow video slots.
Aside from the shared content deal, the partnership further strengthens Pragmatic Play’s dominance in the regulated European gambling market. Romania is Superbet’s home market, so it’s an open opportunity for Pragmatic Play to extend its presence in a growing territory. Europe has yet to see the full potential of Pragmatic Play’s live dealers, especially it’s HTML5-powered and mobile-friendly video slots.