Pragmatic Play’s Bingo Games Go Live on BetVictor’s Site

by S. Ateljevic  ·  June 25, 2021

The full range of bingo solutions developed by Pragmatic Play, a leading provider in the iGaming industry, went live on June 21 with one of the most popular mobile casinos, BetVictor.

The agreement was initially struck in March and was followed by an integration period. Now, gaming enthusiasts that visit this online casino venue can finally enjoy popular titles such as Sweet Bonanza Bingo, Snowball Blast, Bingo Blast, Rock N Swing, Zoom Room, and Boombox.

The vice president of Commercial Strategy and Operations at Pragmatic Play, Bhotesh Maheshwari, expressed his satisfaction with the progress that’s been made: “It’s fantastic to see our bingo solution live with BetVictor so quickly after we agreed on our commercial expansion, which is testament to the capabilities of our single API integration. Our multi-product approach allows us to enjoy deeper partnerships with brands all over the world, and we can’t wait to see how BetVictor players enjoy our bingo solution.”

The director of e-Gaming at BetVictor, Turlough Lally, also commented on the deal: “Pragmatic Play’s bingo offering has impressed us from the outset, and we’re very pleased to be able to present it to our customers. We look forward to this being another positive step in our fruitful collaboration.”

The deal with BetVictor is not the only one that the famous software provider made this year. Earlier this month, Pragmatic Play launched its live casino environment on Unibet, one of Kindred Group’s online casino brands.

Yet another integration agreement was accomplished in April this year when Pragmatic Play took its complete collection of live casino products to GGPoker, one of the most popular and most visited poker sites in the UK.

Since the outbreak of the pandemic, more people have turned to online betting sites and live-dealer casinos to get that real-life gambling feel. As a result, the online gambling industry has been experiencing significant growth, and more and more partnership deals are being made between online casinos and iGaming software providers.