Wed, Jun 5, 4:01pm by Staff Writer
Patagonia Entertainment has struck a content partnership with one of the world’s fastest growing online casino gaming providers, We Are Casino.
Calvin Ayre is reporting this latest deal will see Patagonia Entertainment integrate its content onto the We Are Casino platform and in return, will gain access to the Lisbon-based provider’s casino titles.
We Are Casino’s world-renowned portfolio includes a top selection of HTML5 casino games, which feature stunning graphics and rich animation to deliver a premium user experience.
Operators will be able to access an exciting library of games, which now features more than 2000 titles and includes third-party games from Booming Games, VIVO Gaming, Play n Go, MGA and Ezugi.
Patagonia’s global business development manager Victor Arias said, “We’re incredibly excited to partner with We Are Casino.
“Our philosophies on casino games are aptly aligned and the new content will help us both maximize growth as we move through 2019.”
The director of sales at We Are Casino Marko Jelen said, “We are really thrilled on this new partnership with Patagonia. By exchanging our proprietary content we’ll reach and deliver localized Video Bingo and slot games to both new and existing clients. This will strengthen our position on some emerging markets such as Latin America and India.”
Patagonia is an omni-channel iGaming platform that services both new and established online and land-based operators.
Its leading game aggregation platform is available in Latin America and increasingly around the globe.
The company began life in Video Bingo game development and is still renowned for creating the most innovative titles on the market.
Video Bingo is a hybrid game between bingo and slots.
The company is one of the most popular technology developers in the Latin American market and is rapidly growing into other markets.
The platform, technology and entire games portfolio is lab certified for Colombia, Mexico, Asia and Europe will be coming soon.
Patagonia Entertainment welcomes We Are Casino to its platform https://t.co/GC5WwfNEvZ
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We Are Casino are a young and dynamic gaming company that hopes to one day become the world’s largest online casino gaming provider.
We Are Casino owns a proprietary gaming engine, remote gaming server, mathematic, RNGs and standard integration API, allowing clients to generate their personalised.
This also provides easier integration and exceptional quality, whether you’re playing on mobile or desktop.
Games, severs and RNGs are certified by external testing houses in different jurisdictions.
Patagonia has been busy recently, signing an agreement with bespoke games studio Espresso Games in late May.
The Italian casino games developer is set to integrate a wide selection of titles onto Patagonia’s platform as it continues its expansion into the Latin American region.
Espresso is renowned for its innovative jackpots, which include cross-game jackpot tournaments, multi-player jackpot requests and progressive reel jackpots.
The chief operating officer at Espresso Games Flaviano Fogli commented: “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 the region.”
Espresso Games is a boutique gaming studio that specialises in developing innovative and stylish games for online and mobile casinos across the globe.
The special feature game models used by Espresso have led to two patents being established for RACEPOT and REELPOT systems that enable a broad range of casino, slots and special games.
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