Pragmatic Play contributes a massive €30,000 donation during holidays

Pragmatic Play contributes a massive €30,000 donation during holidays

Pragmatic Play contributes a massive €30,000 donation during holidays

Leading content provider to the iGaming industry Pragmatic Play donated €30,000 to three different Malta-based NGOs. The donation was finalised on the 30th of December 2020 after what could be described as a terribly destructive year.

There is no person on the planet who has not somehow been affected by this past year, whether that be business or persons, in Malta or out. Pragmatic Play took all the horrific events in consideration and decided to contribute €10,000 to the St. Jeanne Antide Foundation, Malta Hospice Movement, and Good Shepherd Sisters each.

All of the organisations that were chosen are Malta-based non-governmental organisations that support those in the Maltese community who are in need. The main focus of these organisations is on providing family support and helping domestic violence victims.

Seeing as Pragmatic Play has a large presence in Malta, it is not surprising that the provider decided to stay within the community when it came to lending a helping hand. Pragmatic Play has a key hub office located in Sliema with a strong team in the country.

VP of Malta at Pragmatic Play, Lena Yasir said: “2020 has been a difficult year for everyone and we are determined to give something back to the community, in particular, those individuals that have been hit hardest in recent times. The organisations we have chosen to donate these sums to are worthy recipients, all of which contribute immeasurably and we’re very pleased to be in a position to help them in an even greater period of need. Pragmatic Play is a proud member of Malta’s iGaming community and looks forward to supporting these causes as they look to assist the nation during these difficult times.”

Pragmatic Play made yet another major expansion towards the end of 2020 by launching its whole slot offering with Admiral Croatia, rendering its impressive portfolio of slot content accessible to the Croatian operator and Admiral’s customers. Moreover, not only are slots now available to the Croatian players of the aforementioned casino; but Pragmatic Play’s leading gamification toolkit, Enhance, is now also available.

Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, Yossi Barzely, said: “Taking our games live with Novomatic’s Admiral Casino marks an important step for us as we look to grow in the regulated Croatian market. This is a truly exciting operator, and we couldn’t be happier partnering with them for our debut in this area.”

Pragmatic Play currently delivers up to five new slot titles a month, as well as an extensive range of live casino and bingo products through its multi-vertical offering. The company’s entire portfolio is available through a single API integration.

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