Pragmatic Play

Pragmatic Play is a leading developer of online casino games, with its headquarters in Sliema, Malta. The company offers mobile and desktop games, including slots and table games. Its games development platform allows for a wide variety of game types, from classic slots to jackpot games. In addition, Pragmatic Play has a large catalog of software, including poker and scratchcards.

Pragmatic Play’s slot library contains more than 200 games. Its games come with innovative gameplay features. Some offer prizes of up to 36,450 times your stake. Some of its games also feature 243 ways to win. Some of these games also feature a Progressive Multiplier Free Spins round.

Pragmatic Play’s games can be played on any mobile device, including iPads and iPhones. Moreover, they can be played in both landscape and portrait mode. Their proprietary bonus platform Enhance(tm) lets players unlock unique prize drops, free round bonuses, and prize multipliers. These games can be played using a variety of payment methods, including credit cards and PayPal.

Pragmatic Play is a privately held company. It was acquired by the IBID Group in 2016. Currently, Lena Yasir and Mani Chagtai hold the top positions at the company. Although it has not disclosed its revenue, Pragmatic Play uses state-of-the-art technological solutions to develop games.