Pragmatic Play

Originally known as Topgame Technology, Pragmatic Play is an online casino and casino software provider that was established in the year 2007. Located in the island of Malta, it has offices in Ukraine, Great Britain, Romania, and the Philippines. It is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) and the United Kingdom Gambling Commission (UKGC) and follows strict online gambling policies.

Pragmatic Play offers games in 78 different countries. In addition to classic slots and video slots, it also offers table games, poker, and scratch cards. It also offers live dealer games.

Pragmatic Play’s games are certified fair by leading testing laboratories. The company periodically tests its games for randomness. It is a member of the Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) and the International Gaming Standards Association (IGSA).

Pragmatic Play has a strong reputation in the European market. It has been awarded the Innovation in Slot Provision EGR award in 2018.

Pragmatic Play’s games are available in 18 languages and have high quality graphics and animation. They are also compatible with different platforms. In addition to the slots, Pragmatic Play offers a number of desktop and mobile games. It is also a games development platform. It has over a hundred unique titles. Its games are also available in demo mode.

Pragmatic Play’s casino software is still being expanded. The company also launched a live casino in January of this year. It is hosted from a state of the art studio in Bucharest. It broadcasts in 4K and has 43 tables. The live casino has professional dealers.