iGaming content provider Pragmatic Play announced Wednesday it has strengthened its standing in the regulated Swiss market following the rollout of its slots content with the Partouche Groupe-owned brand Pasino.ch.
Under the terms of the partnership, players will now be able to access the provider's entire slots portfolio, including award-winning titles such as Gates of Olympus, and Big Bass Bonanza, as well as fan-favorites The Hand of Midas and Sweet Bonanza. The launch is the latest in Switzerland by the supplier, in line with the company's growth plans in Europe.
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Rupert Ecker, Managing Director at Pasino.ch, commented: "Pasino.ch and the Group Partouche stand for the best entertainment and the highest quality for its players. Pragmatic Play’s range of games is thus another important partner and delivers a further upgrade to our licensed Swiss online casino with its popular games.
"We're delighted to be able to offer our players such a huge number of new titles and we're sure our slots enthusiasts are going to have a fantastic time with the number of new games available to them," he stated.
Irina Cornides, Chief Operating Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: "The Partouche Groupe is a big name in the land-based casino, and its Pasino brand brings that well-deserved reputation online."
"We are proud to be in perfect alignment with the group's aim of providing high-quality entertainment, and it presents the perfect opportunity for us to put our award-winning games in front of even more players and grow our footprint in the Swiss market," she added.
Partouche Groupe is a major Paris-headquartered operating group that holds a leading position in Europe and is renowned for its chain of 42 land-based casinos in France, Switzerland, Belgium, and Tunisia.
However, Pragmatic Play's recent growth isn't limited to Europe. Earlier this week, the group announced it has extended its reach in Peru after taking its slots, live casino, and virtual sports verticals live with operator Pentagol, boosting its profile in the Latin American market.