iGaming content provider Pragmatic Play has opened the doors to its new office space in Malta, boasting a significantly expanded environment as it continues to strengthen its talent.
The new 950sqm space in the heart of Sliema will be home to 75 people with both indoor and outdoor workspaces. Equipped with state-of-the-art conferencing systems and meeting booths, the new office also has a host of modern equipment along with networking and casual areas. Weekly wellbeing activities are also a key focus, enabling staff to get active and unwind with personal trainer sessions and yoga classes.
The new office further cements Pragmatic Play’s commitment to its Malta home, where it has undertaken a number of community-related projects in recent months, including contributing to the Majjistral Park reserve, as well as a number of NGOs on the Mediterranean island.
Julian Jarvis, CEO at Pragmatic Play, said: “Expanding our presence in Malta with a new office is an exciting moment for us. 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.”
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