Pragmatic Play releases localized roulette table to operators in Brazil

August 30, 2023
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Players throughout the region can access features in the Brazilian Portuguese language.

Supplier Pragmatic Play has launched a roulette table for Brazilian operators. The company said the localized table “serves as a further testament to Pragmatic Play’s dedication to being the leading supplier in the Brazilian market.”

The new table features Pragmatic Play’s studio, along with a 4K immersive view that is available for players in the Brazilian Portuguese language. Players can utilize interactive game statistics, chat with dealers and save their favorite bets with the new table.

Pragmatic Play COO Irina Cornides explained the importance of offering players a portfolio in their native language.

She said, “Customized region-focused content has proven pivotal to the continued success of our live casino portfolio, and we’re delighted to now offer this to Brazilian operators with our latest roulette table.

“Providing a table in the player’s native tongue will further immerse them into the game and increase the enjoyment of the experience, boosting engagement for our partners.”

Pragmatic Play delivers virtual sports, live casino and bingo games to players through its multi-product portfolio. Players can access these titles through a single API.

The company currently produces up to eight new online slot titles monthly.

Pragmatic Play recently partnered with Peruvian operator Betara to bring players throughout the region access to virtual sports content that includes 3D renderings of live football, greyhound racing and horseracing.

Under the terms of the multi-vertical agreement, Pragmatic Play slots and live casino content will also be available to players on Betara’s platform.


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