Pragmatic Play Launches Spanish Roulette

If you follow Pragmatic Live, there is a dull moment. Tune in to catch up on four major news stories coming from the brand’s news pages! (Image from Courtesy of pragmaticplay.com)

Unarguably the most prolific iGaming company out there right now is Pragmatic Play. We could get technical and also say Pragmatic Play Live too as they are by and large two different brands, but of course, operate under the same hood.

Either way, you have to admire the sheer amount of content that comes from this online casino software provider. So much so that we’ll cram in a trio of major Pragmatic Play Live casino news stories just from the last week. And just for good measure, we have another story to cover from the week before.

New Live Dealer Game – Pragmatic Play Launches Spanish Roulette

The highlight of the week is the introduction of another new Pragmatic Play Live casino game title. This time the brand adds to its multi-lingual collection of titles with Spanish Roulette. It makes perfect sense too because the brand is huge over in the LatAm markets. There is no doubt in my mind that a table with a native-speaking croupier will further cement the brand’s already domineering presence in Spanish-speaking iGaming markets.

A.K.A. Español Roulette, which makes perfect sense, this roulette table has been a long time coming and is already streaming from the brand’s main Bucharest live casino studio.

If anything, I am surprised it took the developer so long to release it. This is bearing in mind Pragmatic Play Live supplies operators in Spain under the Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ) licensing framework targeting a population of close to 50 million. However, there is even more demand from the Spanish-speaking LatAm region which has a population of over 170 million Spanish speakers (this excludes Brazil by the way). Now add Mexico’s 130 million population on top, and we are talking about over 350 million people for Spanish live casino titles to target.

Of course, not everyone gambles, but it goes without saying, one factor when launching a product is that the larger the population of the market you target, the bigger the potential for success.

Irina Cornides, Chief Operating Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Providing Live Casino experiences in Spanish is a valuable asset for us as we continue to welcome more new customers and players to our casino portfolio.”

Stake Casino Dedicated Studio

Just in case you missed it, the king of cryptocurrency live casino gaming has once again signed yet another big brand deal. Stake Live Casino (reviewed here), added Pragmatic Play to its live dealer lobby long ago. Now that deal has matured, the Stake.com (Stake Casino) website is now adding branded Stake Casino table games streamed from a dedicated Pragmatic Play live dealer studio.

Altogether, the Stake Live Casino studio will fit a total of 12 Pragmatic Play Live dealer game titles. Members of the casino will have access to live Roulette, Baccarat and Blackjack tables. One of the key advantages of a live casino using dedicated and branded tables is the reduced queue times. This is especially useful for blackjack players who will find more seats available to play at, which in particular, benefits those that like to play multiplier seats.

Pragmatic Play has also created dedicated solutions for the likes of 888 Casino, Mansion M88, Betway and Kindred live casinos.

Stake Co-founder, Edward Craven, added: “Pragmatic Play’s commitment to ensuring our every need is met can be felt in every aspect of our custom studio, which emphasises the unique capabilities of our brand”.

Two More LatAm Deals – 37 partnership deals in the region so far in 2022!

It is crazy when you look back over the year and count the number of LatAm partnership agreements Pragmatic Play Live has penned in. It’s 37 in total, in case you didn’t get this from the sub-title to this section. What’s even more astounding is that we are only just on the brink of Q4, although not there quite yet (or maybe you are by the time you read this).

Some of those deals are admittedly with the same company, but not many. Just to give you all the juicy details, and because I am a bit of a nerd when it comes to research, I counted exactly how many individual operators out of the 37 made deals with Pragmatic Play. In total, the company has 32 new partners. 4 of the partnership agreements were spread across  2 companies. Let’s have a look at the most recent deals, bringing the total number of individual deals to 37.

  • Estelarbet: In 2022, this is the fourth time Pragmatic Play has formed a deal with Estelarbet. The first was for slots and live games back in January. The second and third were also for slots and live games, specifically one for Chile and the other for Brazil. The fourth deal just went through a few short days ago bringing Pragmatic Play’s ‘Bingo’ games to Chile, Peru and Ecuador.
  • Sysgaming: This is a fresh deal for Slots, Live Casino, and Virtual Sports supply across all online gambling sites owned and operated by Sysgaming; a LatAm iGaming and sports betting giant in the region.

By the way, just in case you were wondering, these are two separate pieces of news from the official Pragmatic Play news columns. That makes it four news report in one for today’s news. I hope you feel well informed, and please feel free to leave comments or ask questions below. I guarantee we will always get back to you!

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