Curacao-headquartered Booongo Gaming has further expanded its footprint in the Latin American iGaming market after inking a content distribution deal with Peruvian platform provider Wargos Technology.
Under the terms of the agreement, the game studio’s HD video slots will be integrated onto the Wargos casino platform and likewise will be made available to its operator network. Included in the transfer are popular releases such as Great Panda and Dragon Pearls, as well as the latest addition to the game developer’s Hold and Win product offering, Super Marble: Hold and Win.
According to the source, Commercial Director for Booongo Gaming, Sebastian Damian, said…
“Wargos’ innovative platform is a rising star in a vibrant region of Latin America and we’re thrilled to provide our games to its growing operator client base.
“Our games are performing strongly in this region with players resonating with the mix of styles we have to offer. It’s an important market for us and we’re look to ramp up our presence even further over the coming months.”
The agreement expands the game studio’s presence in Peru‘s regulated iGaming market and beyond, while also demonstrating its increasing standing within the industry for providing quality slots.
Also commenting on the deal, Strategy Director for Wargos technology, Carlos Navarro, added…
“We have strong ambitions with our new platform and partnering with Booongo is an important step in building our games offering with quality content.
“Booongo’s cutting-edge slot games will make a great addition and I’m sure they will be a huge hit with our ever-expanding South American audience.”
The current deal is on the heels of the game developer’s recent commercial agreement with Rush Street Interactive (RSI) for its RushBet.co online brand in the Colombian gaming market along with its mid-July tie-up with Mexican casino operator Big Bola that makes more than 40 Booongo titles available to the Latin American-facing operator’s virtual hub.