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Two New Partnerships for Pragmatic Play in One Day

The iGaming content developer Pragmatic Play has given its presence in Spain a boost by taking its slots live with Luckia. Furthermore, on the same day, the company announced a deal with the Venezuelan operator Betpredator.

Both operators now have access to all of Pragmatic Play’s slots, including popular titles such as the John Hunter series, Empty the Bank, Gates of Olympus, The Dog House, 5 Lions Megaways, and the award-winning Wolf Gold.

Luckia is a major operator both online and in land-based operations in Spain, Italy, and Portugal, and it also has brands in Colombia, where Pragmatic Play is due to go live in the next few months.

Meanwhile, Betpredator customers will also enjoy access to Pragmatic Play Enhance, the developer’s collection of player engagement solutions, such as its Drops and Wins competitions and Pragmatic Replay.

The two new partnerships come after the supplier has signed a number of important deals in recent months that encompass all of its products, slots, live dealer games, bingo, and virtual sports.

Bhotesh Maheshwari Vice President of Commercial Strategy & Operations at Pragmatic Play

Luckia’s established premier position in the Spanish industry makes this agreement particularly noteworthy. It’s a huge boost to our profile in the country and represents just the kind of exposure we’re looking for with Spanish players. Its reach doesn’t end in Spain, though – we’re looking forward to working with the Luckia team in the other global markets it operates in too.

Bhotesh MaheshwariVice President of Commercial Strategy & Operations at Pragmatic Play

Meanwhile, Victor Arias, Vice President of Latin American Operations at Pragmatic Play, described Betpredator as an innovative partner they are happy to work with. He added, “Expansion across Latin America has been a real focal point for us in the last 12 months, and we’re really pleased with how our products are being received by LatAm players.”

Eloy Fernandez Martinez, the Head of Product at Luckia, said that the partnership is great news for the operator’s players as it brings “a suburb level of quality and diversity”.

Robert Aguero, External Casino Manager at Betpredator, expressed a similar sentiment. He said that they are “delighted” to add Pragmatic Play’s games and that they “can’t wait to see how our players react”.

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