On the eve of the launch of its latest online slot machine, Pragmatic Play signed a multi-product agreement with East African operator Rahisibet, as part of an agreement that continues its expansion efforts on the continent.
Through the deal, the ‘key operator’ will have access to the slots offering of the Gibraltar-based online casino software provider, including titles such as Crime Theme, Empty the bank, which launched earlier this month, the hit series John Hunter and the award-winning series Gold Wolf.
Commenting on the collaboration, Rahisibet CEO Dishon Mbogo said he was happy to announce “an exciting new partnership with Pragmatic Play, a leading provider of the iGaming space”.
The CEO added that they are “delighted” to bring the online casino to the East African market and “seize this tremendous opportunity” to increase their reach while “strengthening acquisition and improving retention”.
In addition to its collection of slot machine products, customers of the Burundian online casino and sports betting area, rahisibet.com, will also have at their disposal Pragmatic Play live casino products, like Mega Wheel, one of two hits inspired by live dealer games, and ONE Blackjack, which allows an unlimited number of players to participate in the action at any time while offering them the chance to win up to at 2,000 times their stake, and its most recent vertical and virtual sports.
Declaring their focus on growth in Africa “unwavering,” Yossi Barzely, director of business development at Pragmatic Play used an official press release from the company to say that they are “delighted” to announce “this important agreement.” .
“Expansion across this continent continues to open up exciting opportunities and we look forward to bringing our products to Rahisibet customers. “
The deal further strengthens the supplier’s global footprint, with the brand improving its exposure across Africa through its multi-product portfolio.
Earlier this year, the leading provider of gaming content for the gaming industry, entered South Africa for the first time after signing a B2B partnership for several verticals with the online betting platform provider licensed CDP Gaming Technologies for its South African brand YesPlay.
New and forthcoming:
The new partnership also follows the provider’s latest release, Book of Vikings, which launched on July 22 just a day after announcing it had uploaded its live casino titles with UK operator 32Red in part of an agreement that builds on the existing commercial relationship between the two. companies.
And, as we mentioned above, Pragmatic Play is set to launch its fourth and final new title for the month of July, Chicken Drop.
The cluster pays paylines, the barnyard themed game is sure to attract gamers with progressive and tumbling characteristics, extra turns, and one 5,000 times the maximum gain. Expect the high volatility grid slot to drop on Thursday, July 29, so keep an eye out!