PRAGMATIC PLAY TAKES ITS BINGO VERTICAL LIVE WITH SKILLONNET’S PLAYOJO

Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the gaming industry, has signed an agreement that sees its Bingo products available with PlayOJO.

Pragmatic Play’s Bingo vertical is one of the most engaging available in the market, with highly competitive daily jackpots and prizes, as well as plenty of variants to enjoy. Recently, the supplier released an exclusive game, Bingo Blast, which introduced an innovative take on an all-time classic. The entire range of products is now available with PlayOJO.

Bingo Blast is a mobile-first game, designed to allow users to play on the go. The product is designed entirely in-house and it is 3-4 times faster than the average 90-ball Bingo variant. Players are swiftly taken to the most engaging part of the game, making Bingo Blast an ideal product for the current market expectations and modern requirements. 

Melissa Summerfield, CCO at Pragmatic Play, said: “I am thoroughly looking forward to seeing our products live with PlayOJO and other SkillOnNet casino brands worldwide. We already went live with Slots and Live Casino with them, and everything went as smoothly and successfully as expected. PlayOJO will now be one of the first brands on the market to offer our entire range of products.”

“Pragmatic Play’s team has worked vigorously to ensure we deliver a stand-out product which I am confident will enable PlayOJO to drive their bingo business forward.”

Michael Golembo at SkillOnNet said: “We are pleased to further enhance our agreement with Pragmatic Play and add their revolutionary Bingo products to our offering.

“We foster a close partnership with Pragmatic, previously taking both its Slot titles and Live Casino products and Bingo is a such a big new strategic move for us, it’s good to have Pragmatic Play Bingo as software partners to ensure it works well. The company’s entire portfolio is available through a single API integration.”

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