Pragmatic Play

Pragmatic play is an approach to learning that helps children develop skills for life by allowing them to act out real situations and develop their understanding of emotions. It also allows them to practice using different types of language and learn how to interpret non-verbal communication from others. It can be taught through drama and other activities that encourage children to collaborate and solve problems with their peers. For example, a teacher might ask students to work together to build the tallest tower they can without breaking it. This requires cooperation, listening and critical thinking skills. It also develops pragmatic skills, such as negotiating and problem-solving.

Pragmatic Play has been operating in the iGaming industry since 2015 and has quickly gained a reputation as a multi-product provider with high-quality games and a strong focus on mobile gaming. They offer a range of casino table games and live dealer titles in addition to their in-house slots games. In addition, they have developed a powerful in-game promotional tool called Enhance that operators can use to increase player engagement and player retention.

Recently, Pragmatic Play has donated EUR10,000 to support UNICEF’s ongoing drive to help the millions of children affected by the conflict in Ukraine. The money will go towards helping to provide essential provisions, healthcare, education and support services for the most vulnerable in society. Pragmatic Play is proud to do its part to help those who need it the most.