Pragmatic Play goes live with Lottoland

Online casino games developer Pragmatic Play has agreed a partnership deal with online lottery operator Lottoland, which will see the company’s games made available to Lottoland players.

Pragmatic Play’s catalogue of more than 80 HTML5 games will be made available to the operator, with titles including Wolf Gold and Ancient Egypt among those initially going live.

Announcing the agreement, Melissa Summerfield, Chief Commercial Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “We have a strong commitment to bringing our diverse range of games to an ever-growing global audience, and are delighted to have gone live with Lottoland.

“As the market leader in online lotto betting, Lottoland is building one of the industry’s premier iGaming experiences, and linking up with such a brand underlines the great progress we are making.”

Anthony Morris, VP Gaming at Lottoland added: “Delivering great innovative gaming content to our customers is a key area complementing our core business, and Pragmatic Play’s games are a natural fit.

“Their stellar range of games and in-game tools makes them a real force to be reckoned with, and we look forward to enjoying a successful and long-lasting relationship.”

The deal is Pragmatic Play’s fourth in as many months, having gone live with other major online gaming companies including Mr Green, William Hill and GVC Holdings in recent months.

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