Pragmatic Play is a developer of online casino games that’s taking the iGaming industry by storm. Their award-winning Wolf Gold game has already received two Game of the Year awards and they’ve been nominated for multiple other prizes at industry events. Pragmatic Play games are designed to keep players engaged with innovative features like Megaways and Cluster Pays, a feature where winning combinations cascade across the reels, rather than dropping into one single slot like traditional slots.
All Pragmatic Play games are built using HTML5 technology, which means that they can be played on any Windows, Apple or Android mobile device. This also allows for a smoother gaming experience. Pragmatic Play’s proprietary bonus platform, Enhance, offers a host of in-game tournaments, random prize drops, free round bonuses, and prize multipliers, all designed to boost player engagement and retention.
In addition to gamification tools, Pragmatic Play is also scrupulous about the security of their software. They partner with reputable organizations like GambleAware and are certified by independent labs like QUINEL, BMM and Gaming Labs. They also hold licenses from a number of leading gambling jurisdictions, including the UK, Malta, Gibraltar, Romania and Curacao.
With the release of their new live casino studio in January 2019, Pragmatic Play now offers a complete suite of live dealer games to operators. Streamed in full HD quality from a state-of-the-art, newly built studio in Bucharest, the live games are hosted by professionally trained dealers and deliver immersive experiences that reflect the Pragmatic Play brand.