Play’n GO and Patagonia Entertainment Strike New Content DealPublished May 12, 2018 by Florin P
Patagonia Entertainment shakes hands with omni-channel solution provider Play’n GO to add content to their network.
Play’n GO and Patagonia Entertainment have reached an agreement that will see Play’n GO content added to their platform. The entire collection of omni-channel slots produced by the leading software developer will be available to Latin American players. Patagonia has recently integrated its games with AutoGameSYS and Betmotion platforms, bringing their games to Mexican and Brazilian players.
Play’n GO are specialized in the development of omni-channel slots and Patagonia regarded them as a promising partner. Now that the two companies shook hands, the slots produced by the online casino developer will enjoy better exposure in Mexico and Brazil. These are two of the biggest markets in Latin America and both are on a constant expansion. Players from these countries can already enjoy Patagonia’s portfolio of more than 200 games supplied by Ortiz, RCT, Zest, FBM, Spinomenal, Ezugi and MGA.
The Beginning of a Mutually Beneficial Partnership
Patagonia Entertainment showcased its products at the FADJA gaming event in Bogota and the Caribbean Gaming Show & Summit in Cancun. The conference was also attended by Play’n GO who are on an expansion path to Latin America. This content deal with Patagonia will act as a springboard for the software developer in providing games to players from these parts of the world. Their games are already enjoyed by online casino enthusiasts from other countries and are likely to be appreciated here as well.
Patagonia has plenty of games developed in-house, including successful hybrids between bingo and slots. The company has a significant customer base in Latin America, with players choosing them when searching for Video Bingo games. Play’n GO offer omni-channel solutions can be customized to meet the expectations of individual clients. That made them an obvious partner for Patagonia who wanted to expand their collection with the latest HTML 5 slots.