Pragmatic Play

Pragmatic Play is a software developer for casino games. It has a gaming library of over 80 video slots. These are designed with HTML5 technology and are available on both mobile devices and desktops. The company also produces live dealer experiences.

Pragmatic Play offers a wide range of classic and jackpot slots. They feature a low house edge and a high RTP.

Pragmatic Play is licensed to operate in 78 countries worldwide. They have licensing agreements with the Malta Gaming Authority, the UK Gambling Commission and the Romanian gaming authority.

Pragmatic Play offers games through over 50 online casinos. In addition to the traditional slots, they also offer table games, virtual sports and board games.

Pragmatic Play also offers virtual games such as bingo and Keno. Unlike traditional online casinos, these games are presented in a mobile format. Each game has been independently audited for fairness.

Pragmatic Play’s games are played by millions of players in 78 countries around the world. They are available in 23 different languages.

Most Pragmatic Play slot sites give players free spins. Some even offer loyalty programs that reward players with bonuses. However, not all Pragmatic slot sites accept US players.

Pragmatic Play slots are designed with the latest security tools. They also have enhanced lighting and sound effects. All of the games have been carefully rated on a scale of 1 to 5.

Although Pragmatic Play has not yet announced plans to rebrand, they have purchased the software of TopGame. There have been a number of issues with TopGame in the past.