After recently inking content integration deals with the likes of Booming Games, Join Games and Red Rake, Uruguayan online casino software developer, Patagonia Entertainment, has now announced the signing of an analogous arrangement with Espresso Games.
The Montevideo-headquartered innovator used an official press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to reveal that the new agreement is to see its omni-channel game aggregation platform integrate a large selection of content from the Italian studio including its Progressive Reel Jackpots, Multi-Player Jackpot Quests and Cross-Game Jackpot Tournaments advances.
Victor Arias, Global Business Development Manager for Patagonia Entertainment, explained that his firm’s scalable and customizable iGaming platform is a mobile-first advance that allows online casino operators to offer players a range of over 2,000 titles from developers such as Vivo Gaming, Ezugi and Play‘n Go. He additionally declared that this innovation ‘converges the land-based casino experience seamlessly’ and has already been certified for use in ‘several regulated markets’ across Latin America.
Arias’ statement read…
“Espresso Games’ dedication to casino game creation and mobile-first philosophy makes it the perfect fit for our expanding game aggregation platform. The Latin American region remains a huge opportunity and we’re certain this relationship will prove highly successful.”
Latin American ambition:
For his part, Flaviano Fogli, Chief Operating Officer for Milan-based Espresso Games, used the press release to describe his firm as ‘a boutique studio’ that specializes in the development of ‘innovative and stylish games for online and mobile casinos’ around the world. He moreover proclaimed that this portfolio comes complete with ‘all the essential elements for operators’ including back-office, mobile, currency and language support tools as well as a bonus system.
Fagli’s statement read…
“We are very pleased to have signed a distribution deal with Patagonia Entertainment. This collaboration further strengthens our position in the South American market and confirms our desire for expansion in this region.”