20 June 2022


The provider signs new partnership with SGA

Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the iGaming industry, has extended its reach within the Latin American market following a partnership with SGA.

The deal will see SGA integrates three of Pragmatic Play’s verticals, including its award-winning slot titles such as Zombie Carnival and Wild West Gold Megaways™ along with fan favourite titles like Fruit Party™.

Pragmatic Play will also begin providing its extensive Live Casino titles, which include traditional games such as Blackjack and Baccarat along with the highly engaging and game show inspired Mega Wheel.

Additionally, the partnership will include delivery of Pragmatic Play’s Virtual Sports vertical which consists of 3D renderings of live sporting events for players to enjoy in between real events in the sporting calendar. These include Horse Racing, Greyhound Racing and Fantastic League. 

This newest agreement will see Pragmatic Play further expand into the region, increasing its reach across the wider Latin American market.

Victor Arias, Vice President of Latin American Operations at Pragmatic Play, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with another leading brand within Latam market.”

“SGA’s strong market position will allow even more players than ever to gain access to three of our innovative and leading verticals and, in turn, increase our brand awareness across Latin America.”

Jonas Matos at SGA, said: “This latest agreement with such a reputable and world-renowned provider like Pragmatic Play solidifies our position.

“We now offer a wide selection of engaging and highly popular titles from Slots, to Live Casino and Virtual Sports thanks to this latest partnership.” 

Pragmatic Play currently produces up to six new slot titles a month, while also delivering Live Casino and Bingo games as part of its multi-product portfolio, available through one single API.  

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