Customers of the MGA-licenced operator will now have access to Pragmatic Play’s live casino games, all of which will be broadcast using the latest technology from a state-of-the-art, newly constructed studio.
The announcement follows shortly after Pragmatic’s recent communication of receiving an MGA Recognition Notice for their bingo and live casino products.The supplier was also granted an operational licence by the Romanian regulator earlier in 2019.
Lena Yasir, Vice President at Pragmatic Play, said: “We are delighted to have gone live with such a highly-regarded operator as Interwetten.
“We have been hugely impressed with the company’s work and joining forces with them will consolidate our position as a leading multi-product supplier.
“The speed at which we have achieved commercial success after receiving the MGA Recognition Notice is very exciting, and we eagerly look forward to the future.”
Mario Bilic, Head of Product Management, CRM and Content at Interwetten, said: “Pragmatic Play has a proven track record in the iGaming industry, and we are delighted to be one of the first operators to offer its high-quality live casino games.
“Their suite of games is one of the most innovative in the market, and we have every confidence Pragmatic’s live casino games will be hugely popular with our players.”
Pragmatic Play has signed a series of significant commercial agreements over the past 12 months in regulated markets, expanding its reach with operators including PokerStars, Kindred and Casumo.
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