Pragmatic Play

Pragmatic Play

Pragmatic Play is a gaming software developer and mobile game provider. The company was initially established in 2007 under the name Topgame Technology. However, it changed its name to Pragmatic Play in 2015.

Pragmatic Play is licensed by Malta Gaming Authority and Curacao Gaming Authority, among others. It is also certified by Gaming Laboratories International.

Pragmatic Play’s games are available in many online casinos and mobile sites. The company has also partnered with leading gaming firms like PartyCasino and William Hill. There are a total of over 80 unique titles in its library.

Pragmatic Play’s games include slots, card games, table games, and video pokers. Many of its games can be played for free. They are characterized by excellent graphics and an engaging gameplay.

As an industry leader, Pragmatic Play has received tons of awards for its games. For instance, it won the EGR Software Rising Star award in 2017. In addition, it has been awarded the Malta Gaming Award for Best Slot Game.

Aside from its slots, Pragmatic Play also develops table games and scratch cards. Among the table games, players can find baccarat and blackjack. Moreover, it has developed instant win games.

Pragmatic Play is a socially responsible gaming company that encourages responsible gambling. This is done through its unique Enhance(tm) platform. Some of the Enhance(tm) features are tournaments, prize multipliers, and free round bonuses.

The company has offices in Ukraine, Romania, Great Britain, India, Malta, and Gibraltar. It has licenses in several regulated markets, including the United Kingdom, Denmark, Italy, Portugal, and Spain.