Pragmatic Play and iGP form collaboration for iGaming Deck platform


Pragmatic Play and iGP form collaboration for iGaming Deck platform

Updated:2024-03-30 08:28    Views:83

Pragmatic Play has agreed a partnership with fellow supplier iGP.

The collaboration aims to integrate Pragmatic Play's portfolio of slots into iGP's iGaming Deck platform.

This agreement allows players across various jurisdictions to access Pragmatic Play titles, including Sugar Rush, Gates of Olympus and Sweet Bonanza, as well as newer releases like Gates of Olympus 1000, Sugar Rush 1000 and Pompeii Megareels Megaways. 

IGaming Deck, a centralised aggregation hub developed by iGP, serves as a platform for operators, offering a collection of casino games.

The platform features a catalogue, streamlined by a single API integration and provides operators with dashboards for an overview of casino activity. Technical support is also offered throughout the integration process.

Elliott Banks,Play Casino Online iGP Sales Director, said: “To have Pragmatic Play as a partner is fantastic for iGaming Deck and the wider iGP business. Being able to seamlessly deliver their games via our cloud-based API game aggregator will make iGP's offering to operators even more compelling and immediately provides our current partners with an enhanced experience for their customers.”

The partnership announcement follows senior management appointments at iGP, with Inesa Glazaite and Michael Baker-Mosley appointed as CCO and CMO. The restructuring efforts in senior management were completed with the addition of Juan Carlos Diaz Dellepiane as Commercial Director in November, focusing on the development of ventures in Latin America and the Caribbean. 

Pragmatic Play has been actively engaged in partnerships, notably collaborating with iGameMedia for a multi-year deal aimed at delivering ultra-low latency sports streaming.

Through iGameMedia's OnePlatform streaming solution, the collaboration seeks to simplify integration processes and enhance in-play betting products, leveraging AI-powered mapping through the OneMap product.