Pragmatic Play

Pragmatic Play, an online casino software provider, offers a large selection of slots, table games and other games. The games use HTML5 technology and are compatible with all devices.

Pragmatic Play is available to players in over 42 countries and is registered in the United Kingdom and the Philippines. It also has licensing agreements with Malta and Romania.

In addition to providing high-quality online slots, Pragmatic Play also offers live casino and bingo. These games are hosted by highly-trained dealers in a studio in Bucharest. They are in compliance with the strictest gaming regulations.

The Pragmatic Play portfolio features over 80 video slot titles. These games are characterized by excellent graphics and engaging gameplay. Each of the slots has a combination of themes, game mechanics and potential payouts.

Pragmatic Play has a reputation for creating high-quality games with a low house edge. The company uses the latest security tools to protect player data.

Pragmatic Play has also developed an innovative bonus platform called Enhance(tm). This feature offers unique prize drops, free round bonuses and tournaments.

In addition to offering a variety of games, Pragmatic Play also has licensing agreements with Pagcor, the Gambling Commission, the Malta Gaming Authority, and the Gambling Council for the Bahamas. Additionally, its games are audited for fairness by an independent third party.

While some of the games are available in the US, other countries are excluded. However, Pragmatic Play is currently in talks with more companies to provide games for other countries.