Casino content provider Pragmatic Play has renewed its commitment to Malta by opening the doors to its new headquarters.
The 950-square metre office space in the heart of Sliema, Malta’s main commercial centre, will host 75 employees and is equipped with both indoor and outdoor workspaces, as well as state-of-the-art conferencing systems and meeting booths.
“We want our employees to thrive in an environment purpose-built to suit their needs, from comfort to wellbeing, and most importantly, to have a great place to work.
“We’re growing at a fantastic rate and our Malta hub is a testament to our commitment in our people, creating a fantastic space where they can do their best work.
“We are also proud to play a role through our CSR initiatives in the Maltese society and we look forward to being part of its fabric for many years to come,” he added.
Pragmatic Play CEO Julian Jarvis: “We’re growing at a fantastic rate and our Malta hub is a testament to our commitment in our people, creating a fantastic space where they can do their best work.”
Sliema, which is located opposite Malta’s capital Valletta, has long been the unofficial hub of the country’s iGaming industry, with operators such as LeoVegas, bet365 and Kindred Group all boasting offices there.
Prominent suppliers such as Play ‘n GO, EveryMatrix and Aspire have also found a home in the city.
Founded in 2015 and licensed in Malta since 2016, Pragmatic Play is a multi-vertical provider of iGaming, live casino and bingo products and has worked with many of the iGaming industry’s most established companies, including PokerStars, 888, Entain, Kindred Group, Betsson and LeoVegas.
In addition to Malta, the company has corporate offices in Gibraltar and the Isle of Man, while it operates development and operational offices in Belgrade, Bucharest, Buenos Aires, Cardiff, Hyderabad, Kiev, London, Noida, Riga, Sofia and Zhytomir.
Earlier this year, the company strengthened its executive team and made some high-profile hires.