Pragmatic Play are making it a very merry Christmas with €100,000 giveaway to operators


Pragmatic Play will continue to go above and beyond for its clients over the festive season, as it launches the Christmas Operator Tournament that runs from the 8th to the 19th  of  December.  

The free-to-play tournament is open to employees of Pragmatic Play partners, and the powerhouse provider will give away 100 cash prizes, worth a total of €100,000, in what is arguably the largest operator tournament of its kind. Of all participants, the one who gets the highest total win while playing Christmas Big Bass Bonanza™ will take home an early Christmas present, a massive top prize of €50,000 in cash! 

Prizes are distributed to the top 100 players based on the total win amount in descending order from highest to lowest.  Players can get a feeling of friendly and fair competition as their overall position on the leaderboard is visible on the right side of the screen. 

Players can easily access the tournament as part of a simple registration process, and the entire flow of the tournament is smooth and seamless, highlighting the resources and effort that Pragmatic Play put into going the extra mile for their clients. 

The Christmas Operator Tournament is an extension of Pragmatic Play’s free-to-play Social Tournaments, which run throughout the year. By the end of 2021 Pragmatic Play will have given away €130,000 to operators. 

Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play said, “We’re delighted to deliver an operator tournament on such a large scale. We pride ourselves on being a pleasure to do business with, and hope this giveaway can bring some festive cheer to the employees of our valued partners. 

Alongside these Social Tournaments, there is also the player focused Drops and Wins promotion, where we give away €1,000,000 each month to players in a move that massively aids operators’ retention strategies. These innovative promotions represent our mission to be the provider that every operator wants to work with.”