Pragmatic Play

Pragmatic Play is a developer of casino games and software that is committed to improving the player experience at online casinos. Their games are designed with a mobile-first approach and use HTML5 to ensure they work well on any device. Their games are also highly innovative and offer players a variety of different features that will make their experience at the casino more enjoyable.

Pragmatic’s portfolio includes a full range of video slots, table games, live dealer casino, and bingo. The company has a strong multi-product focus and is continually expanding its offering with new titles.

The company’s unique “buy feature” within slot games allows players to trigger bonus rounds without having to wait for them to be triggered naturally. This is a great feature for players who love the thrill of a bonus round but don’t have the time to sit through lengthy game play for one to come around.

Pragmatic Play’s proprietary bonus platform, Enhance, offers advanced marketing and gamification tools for operators. This includes random prize drops, tournaments, free round bonuses and more. The platform also supports the MegaWays mechanic that the company is known for, a revolutionary way of playing slot machines that increases the amount of ways to win and gives players more control over their luck.

Although the company claims to be independent and not associated with its poorly regarded predecessor TopGame, there are still questions that need to be answered about its ownership structure and management. For example, a former TopGame executive, Yair Hamami, is listed as the director and legal representative of Pragmatic Play in the so called Paradise Papers leak from 2017.