Online casino game developer Pragmatic Play is continuing its charity work and help for good causes with a £10k+ donation to cancer relief in Gibraltar, where one of its offices are located.
The money donated will help with training costs throughout the year and allow a number of staff members to benefit from further development.
Additionally, specialised advanced education will also be funded from the donation where employees will be able to benefit from to help others.
This expanding charity has been doing great work in and around Gibraltar and it has been able to assist many local residents within the community.
With a growing demand of people in need, this donation from Pragmatic Play will assist and ensure that the charity can carry on delivering its high quality and much needed services in the region.
It is great to see such good causes being supported from within the gaming community and Pragmatic Play has helped many charities with aid and donations over the past few years.
With challenges brought about by the recent Covid-19 pandemic, charities have struggled to meet the needs of local residents in terms of support and funding, which ultimately could put people’s health and lives at risk.
The gaming provider has stated that it is important to remember the health concerns that are affecting people on a daily basis outside of the Coronavirus crisis.
The charity has been praised by the iGaming company for the fantastic work that it does in the Gibraltar community and how it helps people in a time when they need it most.
Along with this charity, Pragmatic Play continues to help good causes within the communities that it is active and donates regular amounts of aid to worthy causes.
Julian Jarvis of Pragmatic Play commented on the recent donation:
The pandemic has obviously put health issues into sharper focus – it is important not to forget all the other concerns that can significantly affect people’s lives.
We appreciate the fantastic work that Cancer Relief carries out in our community, here, in Gibraltar, to support patients and their families in times of great need.