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IGaming platform Pragmatic Solutions unveils big plans for 2020 at ICE London

Pragmatic Solutions / 29th Jan 2020
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Pragmatic Solutions, iGaming Platform (PAM) for regulated markets, will be exhibiting at one of the most expected iGaming events – ICE 2020 – taking place between 4th and 6th of February in London.

After wrapping up a successful 2019 and reaching significant milestones, the platform provider is ready to present its latest plans for 2020. The new year will be all about signing flagship deals with renowned brands, strengthening the platform’s current market position, further developing the product.

Pragmatic Solutions looks forward to showcasing their core product, especially designed for addressing major operator pain points. The wide repertoire of the event sets the tone for great networking opportunities and gives the ideal background to onboard new clients and enforce the platform’s solid position in a fast-changing industry.

Mark Woollard, Business Development Director at Pragmatic Solutions said: “The top-notch technology we used in the past 18 months will deliver deals with high GGR clients and Tier-1 operators. Once we release who we’re signing deals with at the moment, we will instantly become one of the leading platforms in the industry.”

“ICE London 2020 is the perfect opportunity to establish new connections and meet other operators, so we look forward to showcasing our platform’s state-of-the-art features during the event.”

Operators interested in having a look at the iGaming platform provider’s offering, as well as learning more about the latest trends in the industry, can meet the team behind Pragmatic Solutions at stand N9-126. Mark Woollard, as well as Chetan Pandya, Head of Product and Flavia Dumitru, Head of Operations, will be present on site and can be contacted for additional information about the product. The company can also be reached to book a meeting in advance at

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