bet365 and Pragmatic Play Extend Their Cooperation to Greece

Pragmatic Play, renowned for its high-quality content in the igaming sector, has broadened its collaborative efforts with bet365 by introducing its diverse range of products to the Greek market. This development enables bet365’s Greek customer base to enjoy Pragmatic Play’s acclaimed Slots collection, featuring notable titles such as Gates of Olympus, Big Bass Bonanza, and The Dog House Megaways™, among others.

Moreover, bet365 in Greece will soon offer Pragmatic Play’s extensive Live Casino suite, encompassing traditional favorites like Roulette, Baccarat, and Blackjack, in addition to innovative game shows such as Sweet Bonanza CandyLand and Boom City. This move aims to enhance the live gaming experience for players in the region.

An additional highlight of this partnership is the integration of Pragmatic Play’s Drops & Wins promotion within bet365’s offerings in Greece, promising players the opportunity to win from a considerable monthly prize pool of €2,500,000 across both Slots and Live Casino games.

This expansion into Greece marks the continuation of a growing relationship between Pragmatic Play and bet365, following successful launches in other regulated markets including the UK, Sweden, Spain, and Ontario over the past year.

Irina Cornides, Chief Operating Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Our partnership with bet365 continues to go from strength to strength. Greece is an exciting market with significant potential for Pragmatic Play Slots and Live Casino products to engage and entertain bet365 players in the country.”

A bet365 spokesperson said: “Pragmatic Play’s Slots and Live Casino products have cemented themselves as fan-favourites in every market we’ve launched them in so far, so logically the next step is to further expand the portfolio into another jurisdiction, Greece. It is a region that we are confident Pragmatic Play titles can have significant cut through with our brand, and we look forward to our latest collaboration.”

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