Pragmatic Play strikes Paf deal

Pragmatic Play, one of the leading software providers for video slots and live casino, has signed a deal with Åland-based gaming operator Paf (Ålands Penningautomatförening).

The partnership will see the operator host the entirety of Pragmatic Play’s suite of content, including new video slots Da Vinci’s Treasure and Peking Luck, as well as the award-winning Wolf Gold.

Melissa Summerfield, Chief Commercial Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “We are delighted to have entered this agreement with Paf, a leading operator with a commitment to bringing their players high quality games.

“They have a really innovative approach to socially responsible gaming, and we look forward to working with them whilst enhancing our own global reach.”

Eric Castro, Head of Games Operations at Paf, said: “Pragmatic Play’s portfolio immediately stood out, and we are extremely excited to be able to host their products.

“We always look to team up with innovative and exciting companies that match our own ethos, and Pragmatic Play offer exactly that.”

The new deal adds to a recent spate of agreements for Pragmatic Play, following on from similar partnerships with Kindred and PokerStars.

After recently acquiring Extreme Live Gaming, Pragmatic Play has also invested into the live casino vertical to further enhance an expanding product portfolio of video slots, scratchcards and bingo.

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