Pragmatic Play live with SkillOnNet

Pragmatic Play, one of the leading software providers for video slots, live casino and bingo, has signed a landmark content agreement with casino software provider SkillOnNet.

The deal sees SkillOnNet integrate the provider’s diverse multiproduct offering, including its high-quality selection of video slots.

This means Pragmatic Play favourites such as Wolf Gold and Da Vinci’s Treasure will now be available through SkillOnNet’s network of casino brands, which includes PlayOJO, DrueckGlueck and AhtiGames.

SkillOnNet’s casino brands will now also be able to offer Pragmatic Play’s cutting-edge Live Casino offering.

The agreement sees Pragmatic Play significantly increase its presence in a number of regulated markets through SkillOnNet, including the UK, Denmark, Sweden, Schleswig Holstein, Spain and Portugal.

Pragmatic Play’s entire portfolio of video slots and live casino games has been seamlessly integrated into the SkillOnNet platform via a single API.

Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “We are delighted to partner with SkillOnNet, who will receive a number of different products from across the Pragmatic Play range.

“It is very exciting for us to be signing such significant multi-product deals, and doing so across a number of jurisdictions is something that Pragmatic Play prides itself on.”

Michael Golembo, Sales and Marketing Director from SkillOnNet, said: “We’re thrilled to receive such a comprehensive offering from Pragmatic Play, which will be a very welcome addition for our customers.

“Integrating the Pragmatic Play offering was simple and straightforward, and to be able to function in multiple regulated markets has made this choice very easy for us. We look forward to a long and successful partnership.”


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