Gaming Realms And Pragmatic Play Sign New Content Agreements

Gaming Realms & Pragmatic Play

Game developers Pragmatic Play and Gaming Realms have signed content agreements to expand their player reach.

This week, Pragmatic Play, which is known for games such as Mysterious and Mustang Gold, announced that it had signed a content agreement with casino operator Pomadorro.

Under the agreement, Pragmatic Play will provide its portfolio of live casino and video slots content to Pomadorro which will then supply the games to its various online casinos.

Some of the games offered through the partnership include the recently released Golden Beauty, Greek Gods, Aztec Bonanza, John Hunter And The Tomb Of The Scarab Queen, Mysterious, Buffalo King, Release The Kraken, and more.

The agreement expands on Pragmatic Play’s player reach across the world while also enhancing the selection of games available at Pomadorro’s JoyCasino, Casino X, and Drift Casino brands.

Lena Yasir, the Vice President at Pragmatic Play, said in a statement: “We’re delighted to have signed this partnership with multi-brand casino operator Pomadorro and to offer our games to its audience.

“Global expansion is a high priority for Pragmatic Play and we’re sure our full suite of games will be a hit with Pomadorro’s customers.”

Gaming Realms’ Slingo Deal

Also this week, Gaming Realms, the developers behind Slingo games such as Monopoly Slingo and Slingo Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, announced this week that it has partnered with two international casino operators to provide them with its Slingo games.

Gaming Realms signed a three-year agreement with Sky Betting & Gambling (SBG) to offer its Slingo games to the operator’s Sky Vegas online casino and its several other gambling websites.

It’s also signed a three-year partnership with US gaming firm DraftKings, through which Gaming Realms will offer its Slingo games to for the company’s New Jersey-facing website.

Similarly to Pragmatic Play’s agreement, the move expands Gaming Realms’ player reach within the UK, a jurisdiction it already operates in, as well as a brand new jurisdiction.

Michael Buckley, the interim CEO and non-executive chairman of Gaming Realms, said in a statement: “Our expanding portfolio of Slingo games continues to grow in popularity and these partnerships are testament to the quality of the content that we at Gaming Realms produce.

“It is thanks to leading operators such as SBG and DraftKings that we are increasing our global footprint and reaching even greater number of customers.”