Pronet Gaming

Pronet Gaming Adds MrSlotty Content to its Portfolio

Platform provider goes live with provider’s wealth of offerings

Next generation platform provider Pronet Gaming has once again enhanced its comprehensive portfolio of casino offerings after agreeing a deal with MrSlotty.

The deal will see Pronet Gaming integrate more than 50 of the supplier’s slot games onto its platform as it continues to offer operators access to content from a diverse range of industry developers.

These offerings include new releases Dracula’s Gems and Gods Of Egypt, as well as popular titles WildVegas, Super Dragons Fire, FruitCocktail7 and HOT Fruits.

Bobby Longhurst, Pronet Gaming CCO, said: “As a platform provider we have quickly built up one of the most comprehensive portfolios in the industry and this deal only helps us improve our offering.

“We’re always looking to add varied and entertaining content sure to suit a wide demographic and we have certainly done that by agreeing a deal with the talented MrSlotty team.”

Anatoliy Peev, Director at MrSlotty, added: “The MrSlotty team is confident Pronet Gaming’s fast-growing operator network will love our in-house content.

“The MrSlotty GameHub includes in-house and third party RNG offerings, virtuals, lotteries and live dealer and it continues to catch the eye of players. We are delighted to have agreed a deal with Pronet Gaming.”

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