Pragmatic Play

Pragmatic Play is a Swedish online software game developer that is licensed in Italy, Malta, Romania, and Curacao. It produces casino, bingo, and scratchcard games. Some of its titles include Great Rhino, Mustang Gold, and Da Vinci’s Treasure.

Its live casino games are delivered in full HD resolution through 4K cameras. Pragmatic Play has a team of highly trained dealers who offer a real-life gaming experience. It is regulated by the Gambling Commission and licensed in several jurisdictions.

The company’s games are available on a wide range of platforms. For example, its slots can be played on both desktop computers and mobile phones.

Pragmatic Play’s slot games have been recognized by many industry awards. It won the prestigious EGR B2B award for Innovation in Slot Provision in 2018.

Pragmatic Play offers a number of slots, including a range of jackpot games and table games. In addition to this, it also runs a number of social tournaments. These tournaments allow players to participate in real-time gambling and earn cash prizes.

The Pragmatic Play game library is constantly growing. It includes hundreds of slot titles. Some of the most popular ones include Gates of Olympus and Sugar Rush.

Pragmatic Play also has a proprietary bonus platform called Enhance(tm). This feature provides free round bonuses, prize multipliers, and other special prizes.

Another interesting feature is the turbo spin feature. This allows the player to decrease their balance very quickly. However, high-volatility slots are not recommended for players who have little or no time.