Salsa Technology, formerly Patagonia Entertainment, has agreed to a content deal with Xpress Gaming that will see its top video bingo titles integrated onto the platform.

Under the terms of the deal, the online casino software provider’s range of offerings including the “hugely popular” Halloween Groove Bingo and Jogo dos Bichos Praia, which was recently released, will be part of the integration.

Global presence:

According to Xpress, they offer “a variety of content from the world’s leading game providers,” while Salsa Technology’s games will join the likes of UK-based iGaming company, Ganapati, Espresso Gaming,  and Czech online gambling company, Endorphina, onto its platform.

According to a recent press release, Global Business Development Manager for Salsa Technology, Victor Arias, said…

“Working with XPRESS has been a delight and we’re really pleased to add our games to the platform. We’re particularly excited to add Jogo dos Bichos Praia to the XPRESS offering as the initial reaction from the market has been exceptional.”

For its part, Xpress Gaming’s Product Manager, Ali Kasko, added…

“XPRESS Gaming is pleased to add Salsa Technology’s great content, amazing slots, and bingo games to expand worldwide presence. It’s a pleasure to work with the professional Salsa team and we are looking forward to making these great games available via our ever-growing portfolio.”

Wazdan tie-up:

In related news, Maltese online casino games developer Wazdan entered into a similar arrangement for its innovative slot games to be integrated onto Salsa Technology’s market-leading GAP. The mid-February deal will see the developer’s games available in casinos in Latin America and Asia.


Rebranding from Patagonia Entertainment in January 2020, in order to better facilitate the next stage of its growth, the omni-channel iGaming platform provides services to new and established online and land-based operators. It’s game aggregating platform (GAP) is available in Latin America while its presence in regulated markets is increasing.

The company’s video bingos and slot games are developed in HTML5, fully compatible with all mobile devices and desktop, and feature multi-language and multi-currency while being certified by some of the industry’s top gaming laboratories.