Now available 24/7 to all operators, the new service will be broadcasted from its studio in Bucharest and marks the fifth language the casino classic is available in.
Roulette is one of the world’s oldest, most iconic and popular gambling games, but Pragmatic Play says it offers a “superior playing experience” for this staple by featuring traditional bet options along with popular special bets, including Final en Plain, and Finales a Cheval.
The product allows easy communication with the dealer, other players and with Live Support, which the company considers to be “an important facet of the experience for Pragmatic Play’s rapidly growing partners in regions such as Latin America, where it is widely recognized as the preeminent name in online casino entertainment.”
Irina Cornides, Chief Operating Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “As we continue to enjoy impressive global growth as a company, it is imperative that we offer as much flexibility in our products and services as we possibly can. Providing Live Casino experiences in Spanish is a valuable asset for us as we continue to welcome more new customers and players to our casino portfolio.”
As for other recent news in Pragmatic Play’s Live Casino vertical, the company went live with a tailor-made studio for crypto operator Stake earlier this week. The 12-table studio features individual branding, and delivers “an immersive Live Casino experience featuring Blackjack, Roulette, and Baccarat tables to Stake’s global audience.”