Emerging Slots Supplier Pragmatic Brings Games to Powerhouse 888casino in New DealPublished August 22, 2019 by Lee R
This deal enhances 888 offerings significantly, in keeping with a recently accelerated drive toward expansion.
Major London operator 888 Casino is expanding its platform with new slot games from up and coming supplier Pragmatic Play.
The games Pragmatic Play will provide include popular titles such as Hot Chilli, John Hunter and the Aztec Treasure and Caishen’s Cash.
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888 Leader Speaks
The Senior Vice President for B2C at 888 Guy Cohen praised the fact that:
“Over the years, Pragmatic Play has developed a reputation for excellent, well-crafted casino games and these titles will no doubt find a welcome home within our multi-vendor platform for players.”
Pragmatic Leader Speaks
Of the new deal, Pragmatic Play's chief business development officer Yossi Barzely responded:
“Joining one of the world’s most popular online gaming providers is a fantastic step for Pragmatic Play. Our content offers a premium gaming experience for players and we look forward to offering our games to a broader and growing customer base.”
The new selection of slots from Pragmatic Play represents a collection of richly animated interactive games across interactive video slots, classic slots, jackpot games, table games, scratch cards, and video poker. By offering this new suite, 888 continues to expand organisational competence in passing ability along the benefits of the integration of new technologies and suppliers to players.
The deal appears to seriously enhance the organisational strategy and ability of both 888 and Pragmatic as those companies move forward into new eras of expansion. With 888 embracing the use of suppliers to enhance offerings, we can look forward to more offerings from Pragmatic technology as Pragmatic expands outward from slots.
We also should see 88 continue to bring in supplier content from as wide a range of leading innovators as possible, in an era in which strategic partnerships provide gains which certainly make the sum greater than its parts, and brings partners to higher peaks of offering and operation than they could ever achieve alone.