Pragmatic Play is one of the software providers to watch in the iGaming industry, thanks to its multi-product portfolio and innovative approach to game development. Its commitment to immersive gameplay is evident across its entire games library, which includes video slots, table games and bingo. The company’s games are built using HTML5 technology and can be run on both desktop computers and mobile devices. They are also compatible with 31+ languages and currencies.
Pragmatic Play’s iGaming products are licensed in a number of regulated markets, with the UK, Malta, Italy, Curacao and Romania among the jurisdictions where its games can be found. The company works with several third-party testing organizations including Gaming Labs, BMM and QUINEL to ensure that its games are fair.
Its proprietary bonus platform, Enhance, offers a unique suite of rewards and incentives, such as free spins rounds, tournaments, prize multipliers and auto-payout options. It also features a live chat and email support service. It is integrated into SoftGamings’ back office platform so that operators can implement these offerings quickly and easily.
The games developer’s reputation is solid, and its commitment to innovation has earned it a series of awards from many of the major iGaming trade shows. However, diligent observers should be aware of the company’s past. Its initial product launch featured titles from TopGame, a troubled casino operator that operated from 2007 until 2015 and was the subject of lawsuits for financial improprieties and software glitches. The so-called Paradise Papers leak of offshore company structures from 2017 reveals that Yair Hamami, a former TopGame executive, was the listed director and legal representative of Pragmatic Play.