kwiff expands online casino library with Pragmatic Play deal

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The online gambling operator kwiff has expanded its product offering by signing a content partnership with Pragmatic Play, a leading iGaming software developer and supplier. The operator will be increasing its portfolio of slots and live casino content to the delight of its players while strengthening its brand presence in the industry.

As part of the deal, kwiff players will start to enjoy over 200 online pokies from Pragmatic Play, including fan favourites like Big Bass Bonanza, Gates of Olympus, Wolf Gold, The Dog House and Chilli Heat. Gameshow-style live casino titles like Sweet Bonanza CandyLand, Boom City, Mega Wheel, Mega Roulette, and Mega Sic Bo will also be included for the entertainment of kwiff’s players.

Perhaps the tipping point for the partnership was the inclusion of Pragmatic Play’s highly popular Drops & Wins promotional tool in the deal. This tool grants players the opportunity of winning big while playing their favourite slot or live casino games. Using the Weekly Tournament leaderboard hosted by kwiff and Pragmatic Play, players can hit on huge wins as they engage in the competition. To complement their live casino content, Pragmatic Play has also agreed to let kwiff’s customer base access its high-performing live casino titles such as Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat, Andar Bahar, Sic Bo and Dragon Tiger.

Charles Lee, CEO of kwiff, commented: “Our goal is ensuring our players enjoy the very best entertainment and we’re very pleased to welcome Pragmatic Play to our premium list of content partners. We’re particularly looking forward to launching the biggest network promotion in the history of iGaming ‘Drops & Wins’ where there are 1M in prizes up for grabs every month.”

Pragmatic Play’s Chief Operating Officer, Irina Cornides, added: “kwiff are providing exciting gaming experiences and we’re proud to be supplying our casino content. It’s a great opportunity for us to showcase more of our world-renowned titles to a new audience.”