Pragmatic Play, previously known as Topgame Technology, is a Malta-based game developer that produces casino games, video slots, and scratch cards. The company was founded in 2007. In June 2016, Pragmatic Play was purchased by IBID Group.
Pragmatic Play’s games are regulated by the United Kingdom Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority. Games are tested for randomness by third parties. They are certified by Gaming Laboratories International, and they are regularly audited.
Pragmatic Play’s live casino offering is a fully licensed solution, hosted by highly trained dealers in a state-of-the-art studio in Bucharest. It is in compliance with the most demanding gaming regulations.
Pragmatic Play’s virtual games are mostly instant-win scratchcards. They offer smooth animations and top-tier presentation.
Pragmatic Play has an extensive library of over 80 games. There are a variety of classic and jackpot slot, as well as scratchcards, table games, and game show experiences.
Players can access Pragmatic Play’s games from desktop, mobile, and tablet devices. They are available in 18 languages. Most of the games are created in HTML5 programming language, which is more advanced than Flash technology.
Pragmatic Play offers games in portrait and landscape mode. Each of their virtual games is powered by the company’s proprietary bonus platform, Enhance(tm). The platform has free round bonuses, prize multipliers, and tournaments.
Pragmatic Play has licensing agreements with the UK and Malta Gaming Authorities. Additionally, they have offices in Ukraine, Romania, and Gibraltar.
Pragmatic Play has an excellent reputation in the European market. They have partnerships with leading gaming firms such as PokerStars, PartyCasino, and William Hill.