Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the iGaming industry, has made a €30,000 donation, split across three years, to Malta’s Majjistral Nature and History Park, along with a commitment to plant a number of seedlings in order to guarantee the park’s longevity.
Majjistral Nature and History Park is Malta’s first natural national park, situated in the northwest of the Mediterranean igaming hub, which includes the coastal area from Golden Bay to Il-Prajjet and ix-Xagħra l-Ħamra.
Declared a national park by the Government of Malta in September 2007, the Park is named after the northwest region or wind – ‘majjistral’ – in the Maltese language.
Pragmatic Play’s donation accompanied a planting event that occurred on 29th April and is the latest in a string of contributions to local projects and organisations on the island where the company has its company office.
The Majjistral event follows previous charitable donations to its local community across a range of causes that include environmental, social and health care.
Julian Jarvis, CEO at Pragmatic Play, said: “Protecting and supporting the environment we live and work in is of huge importance to all of us at Pragmatic Play, so International Earth Day was a date in our calendar that we naturally had to celebrate.
“Majjistral performs an important role in maintaining and promoting the natural beauty and history of our island and we’re delighted to be sponsoring the nursery, and contributing to its survival serves as testament of our commitment to the local community.”
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