Argentinean online casino games developer, Leander Games, has announced the signing of an agreement with American iGaming platform innovator, Pala Interactive, that will see its titles made available to players via the domain at

According to an official press release published by European Gaming Media and Events, Alderney and United Kingdom-licensed, Leander Games, stated that the deal has ‘expanded its exposure to the North American market’ and will see its ‘extensive games catalogue’ including the Ave Caesar title made available to via its LeGa iGaming innovation.

“Pala Interactive is among a handful of North American gaming operators that are cleverly positioned when it comes to opportunities in North America and we are delighted it has seen the potential in our library of exciting content,” read a statement from Steven Matsell, Chief Executive Officer for Leander Games.

Leander Games detailed that Kahnawake-licensed is operated by Canada’s Abenakis du Wolinak First Nation using a platform from Pala Interactive, which is itself majority-owned by California’s Pala Band of Mission Indians.

For his part, Jim Ryan, Chief Executive Officer for Pala Interactive, described the agreement with Leander Games as ‘an important step’ in offering best-in-class content that is sure to bring ‘a wealth of games and content ready-made for our players.’

“The focus has already switched to who can provide what in the North America and we are delighted to be adding such high-class games,” read a statement from Ryan. “I know from previous experience that originality in content is vital when it comes to both attracting and retaining players so we are delighted to be able to rely upon the Leander Games resource and, of course, the company’s exciting slate of future releases.”