Pragmatic Play arrives in Venezuela

By Gambling Insider

Gamblers from Venezuela will soon have access to slots, live casino and virtual sports portfolio provided by Pragmatic Play.

The content provider has announced it has taken three verticals live with El Inmejorable across the market in Venezuela.

The Venezuelan operator is to receive several Pragmatic Play slots, including the recent release Bigger Bass Bonanza, World Gold and the John Hunter series. The supplier will also provide its collection of live casino games (including casino classics blackjack, roulette and sic bo, and Mega Wheel, inspired by the game show with the same name).

Customers of El Inmejorable casino will also gain access to Pragmatic Play’s collection of virtual sports titles that feature greyhounds, horse racing and football.

Pragmatic Play produces and launches up to five new slot gamers monthly and it also delivers live casino and bingo games (all available through one single API) as part of its portfolio.

Victor Arias, VP of Latin American Operations at Pragmatic Play, said: “El Inmejorable is an exciting operator in one of Latin America’s leading markets, and we’re very pleased to sign a comprehensive content partnership with them. Our LatAm expansion continues to grow at pace and we’re very excited to see what more we can achieve.” 

Daniel Bonell, Director at El Inmejorable, added: “Pragmatic Play has an extremely comprehensive product portfolio and we’re delighted to be able to offer it to our players. With leading slots, live casino and virtual sports products, we can appeal to more players than ever before and we look forward to seeing how our enhanced offering is received.”


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