Gaming solutions supplier Pragmatic Play has secured a land-mark deal with Philippines-based Opus that will see it providing a suite of new slots to the Asian market.
[dropcap]P[/dropcap]ragmatic Play, a fast-growing provider of mobile and desktop digital casino games for the online gaming industry, has brokered a new partnership with fellow gaming supplier Opus Gaming.
Under the terms of the agreement, Philippines-based Opus, one of Asia’s fastest growing online gaming service providers, will be able to provide a full suite of Pragmatic Play’s games to its new and existing customers.
Pragmatic Play’s latest slots – such as 7 Monkeys, Hot Safari, Lucky Dragons, Lady of the Moon and KTV – are all included in the deal.
Opus Gaming is part of the Mansion Group, a long established online gaming operator in the region. This partnership will enable Pragmatic Play to reach the growing number of gaming enthusiasts in Asia who are considered to be the next generation of online casino customers.
This deal will boost and strengthen Pragmatic Play’s offering and brand, as well as expanding its reach, especially in the fast-growing Asian market, where land-based casino gaming and online social gaming are already well established.
We have long wanted to extend our reach into Asia, one of the fastest growing regions for online casino customers
“We have long wanted to extend our reach into Asia, one of the fastest growing regions for online casino customers,” said Yossy Barzely, Pragmatic Play’s head of business development.
In Opus we have found a well-established and highly reputable partner in Asia. We believe this partnership will accelerate our ambitions to become one of the leading global B2B providers of mobile and desktop casino games, and we look forward to developing a long lasting relationship with Opus Gaming and Mansion Group.”
August Young, head of business development at Opus Gaming, added: “We are delighted by this partnership with Pragmatic Play. Pragmatic Play are leaders in providing exceptional gaming content and this partnership will certainly help us deliver a better quality gaming experience to our casino customers and will help us our grow our brand and offering in Asia.”