Pragmatic Play Announces 3 New Live Casino Games

A few days ago, Pragmatic play announced on Twitter that they are releasing three brand new live casino games. We expect them to release somewhere in the next few months. Moreover, the games will be called Vegas Ball Bonanza,  Live Snakes & Ladders, and Power Up Roulette. We from OnlinecasinoKnowhow have, of course, made a page on each of them that contains all the information available. Thus, be sure to check those pages out if you are interested.

Live Snakes and Ladders

Puts an exciting and contemporary spin on this old-school dice game.

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PowerUP Roulette

A highly anticipated live game show, featuring up to 5 PowerUP bonus rounds and extra chances to win.

Vegas Ball Bonanza

Gives players the chance to win when the number on the ticket matches the balls drawn. There are three different bonus balls.

Vegas Ball Bonanza and Live Snakes & Ladders were a complete surprise. However, we were aware that Power Up Roulette was in the making. We were alerted about its release a few months ago by the Pragmatic Play team.

Check this article regularly, as we will update the pages as soon as new information comes. As always, we provide a guide on how to play the games and where to play the games. Along with strategy tips, all to ensure you are prepared when the various games launch.

Pragmatic Play vs Evolution

As you probably know, Evolution is the king of live casino game shows. However, in the last year, this position has been attacked by two competitors; Pragmatic play and Playtech. Both have released a lot of great games in the last year.


Pragmatic play started the year with titles like Boom City and Sweet Bonanza Candyland, some of the best live casino games of 2022. In addition, they announced three promising games yesterday. Consequently, more and more casinos might favour Pragmatic Play over Evolution. We expect Pragmatic play to start capturing a big chunk of Evolutions’ market share.


So, who knows, there might come an end to the monopoly of Evolution after all!

Last Updated on September 6, 2022 by Niels Schutjens