16.07.2020 12:50

Pragmatic Play launched its entire portfolio of slots with the Swedish operator ATG (AB Trav och Galopp), thereby capturing the Swedish online gambling market with its content.

Under an agreement between Pragmatic Play and ATG, the operator gained access to some of the most popular and effective gaming products in the gambling industry, including the award-winning Wolf Gold slot, as well as its latest version of Starz Megaways.

The launch of Pragmatic Play content with ATG marked another important milestone as the company seeks to build on its reputation as one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of content for iGaming.

Pragmatic Play boasts a wide range of regulated, certified and mobile products. Currently, the company produces up to four new slots per month, and also offers its partners Live casinos and bingo products. All Pragmatic Play games are available through a single API.

Games are offered in all currencies, in 26 languages ​​and in all major regulated online gambling markets.

News about the launch of Pragmatic Play with ATG in Sweden was the result of existing partnerships with Superbet, LeoVegas and Royal Panda, which have a wide range of products.

Commenting on their partnership with ATG, Pragmatic Play vice president Lena Jasir said they are very happy to see their slots live with ATG and their new partner, an operator with a “star reputation” in the Swedish market.

Further, Ms. Yassir said that “as a company that is striving to a constant grow in regulated jurisdictions, ATG has met our ambitions, and we are confident in a long and successful partnership.”

The head of the ATG casino, Maria Allmer, also expressed his opinion about a new collaboration: Pragmatic Play boasts a portfolio of “exciting and diverse slot machines,” and they are pleased to be able to provide their players with access to them.

For the first Pragmatic Play launched its portfolio on the regulated market in Sweden in January 2019, a few days after the reorganization of the local gaming space. Since then, the company began to coexist with most of the large locally licensed operators.