Pragmatic Play has yet again made a bold move to broaden its territories by securing a share for the Latin American (LatAm) market. With many states in the US still at loggerheads on whether to legalize gambling services, LatAm has already taken measures to get the best out of the budding iGaming industry by striking a deal with Pragmatic Play.
Under the terms of the deal, Pragmatic Play’s online content portfolio will be integrated into LatamWin’s ANDES SYSTEM gaming platform. Thus, the software solutions company has a say in the Chile and Argentina markets and is on the verge of expanding to Brazil and Mexico.
After this agreement, Pragmatic Play online casino content will now go live on LatamWin’s platform, including adventure-packed slot machines such as the John Hunter Series of slot machines as well as Live Casino titles like Auto-Roulette.
Melissa Summerfield, the Pragmatic Play CCO, disclosed the company’s excitement after securing the integration deal with LatamWin. All Pragmatic Play’s portfolio of casino games will now go live via a single API integration on the Latam ANDES SYSTEM platform.
On the other hand, Wilfred Adelsdofer Velasco, the LatamWin CEO, was also thrilled by the newly minted arrangement, indicating that the deal was a huge breakthrough for his company. He said that partnering with Pragmatic Play was a golden opportunity for the LatAm market as they now have access to an ever-growing games catalog from a renowned developer.
Both Pragmatic Play and Latam executives are looking forward to a successful partnership as they continue to deliver cutting edge products to online casino gamers in the region.