After last month being certified by regulators in Spain and Colombia, online casino games developer Play’n Go has now announced the signing of a supply deal that will see its complete suite of titles offered to players in Mexico.
The Swedish firm declared that the agreement with Mexican land-based casino operator Logrand Entertainment Group, which is responsible for some 14 venues across the world’s most populous Spanish-speaking nation, will see its collection of over 100 online video slots made available to the local firm’s new Strendus interactive gaming division. Vaxjo-based Play’n Go stated that this means aficionados from Tijuana to Cancun will soon be able to enjoy all of its games including the Sea Hunter and Reactoonz titles along with its regionally-targeted Aztec Warrior Princess and Grim Muerto innovations.
Play’n Go, which is due to showcase all of its latest advances at next week’s ICE Totally Gaming exhibition in London, explained that the new supply deal represents its first in Mexico but has followed hard on the heels of a similar arrangement recently reached with a partner in the Czech Republic.
Johan Tornqvist, Chief Executive Officer for Play’n Go, described Logrand Entertainment Group as ‘a well-established casino operator in the Mexican market’ before proclaiming that he was ‘pleased’ to have it as a partner for his firm’s ‘first foray into the territory’.
“With our experience in Latin America and Logrand Entertainment Group’s casino expertise, we’re sure this partnership will be a success with players enjoying our wide range of slots and tailored content,” read a statement from Tornqvist.