Pragmatic Play Extends Agreement with Playbook Engineering to Supply Bingo Products to Operators
Pragmatic Play, a leading iGaming content provider, has announced an extension of its existing agreement with Playbook Engineering. Under the enhanced deal, Pragmatic Play will supply the platform provider’s operators with its cutting-edge Bingo product suite, further solidifying its position in the UK market.
The content will be integrated into the Rhino and Star Sports brands, enhancing the customer experience for players. Operators will now have access to a variety of exciting bingo games, including popular variants like 90-ball, as well as original titles such as Drop Pots, Bingo Blast, Diamond Dazzle, and the upcoming Animingo.
This extension builds on the existing relationship between Pragmatic Play and Playbook Engineering, which has already seen the former supply its partner with premium slot games and live casino titles. These games are currently live with 11 operators in the United Kingdom.
Irina Cornides, Chief Operating Officer at Pragmatic Play, stated that the partnership with Playbook Engineering will enable more operators in the UK to offer the supplier’s exciting bingo products to players. She emphasized the popularity of Pragmatic Play’s Slots and Live Casino products among UK players and expressed excitement about the growing list of operators tapping into their Bingo products.
Luke Cousins, Commercial Director at Playbook Engineering, echoed Cornides’ sentiments, praising Pragmatic Play as a provider of content that has an undeniable impact on players. He emphasized the love of bingo among UK players and described the addition of Pragmatic Play’s bingo products to the existing partnership as a natural next step.
The agreement is expected to continue providing British audiences with exciting games, further flourishing with this latest development. Pragmatic Play continues to expand its portfolio, rolling out new games each month and offering a variety of live casino titles and bingo games, all available through a single API.
In addition to the extended agreement with Playbook Engineering, Pragmatic Play recently teamed up with iGameMedia, a state-of-the-art sports streaming platform, showcasing the company’s ongoing efforts to innovate and expand its offerings in the iGaming sector.