Pragmatic Play and Bet365 Expand Into New European Markets
In a recent partnership extension, Pragmatic Play and Bet365 are broadening their reach to include two new key European markets, Spain and Sweden. This expansion means that Live Casino players at Bet365 will have access to a wider range of games, offering them a more comprehensive gambling experience.
For Swedish players, this means gaining access to Pragmatic Play’s slot games, Live Casino games, and upcoming bingo titles. However, for the time being, Spanish players will only have access to the developer’s slot games, with hope for further expansion in the future.
Pragmatic Play, a leading online gambling supplier, announced on November 15th that it had extended its existing partnership with Bet365 to introduce its slot and Live Casino games in Spain and Sweden. While Spanish players can already enjoy popular slot titles like Sweet Bonanza and Big Bass Bonanza, Swedish players have access to the entire Pragmatic Play slots portfolio.
In addition to slots, Pragmatic Play has also rolled out its Live Dealers titles in Sweden, allowing players to experience engaging Live Casino games like Boom City and Mega Wheel. Furthermore, the developer’s award-winning bingo titles will soon be available in Sweden, providing a complete gambling experience for players in the region.
This extension deal signifies Pragmatic Play’s ongoing expansion with Bet365, following previous agreements in Ontario and the UK. Both companies are looking to continue growing their partnership and expanding their offerings in the future.
Irina Cornides, COO of Pragmatic Play, expressed excitement about the expanded partnership, noting the increasing demand for their Live Casino and slots content. A spokesperson for Bet365 also welcomed the expansion, stating that Pragmatic Play’s innovative and award-winning content aligned perfectly with the operator’s product offering in Spain and Sweden.
Overall, the partnership extension between Pragmatic Play and Bet365 promises to bring new and exciting opportunities for players in Spain and Sweden, as well as potential for further expansion in the future.