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Online casino game group Patagonia Entertainment has announced that they've signed a content deal with Play'n GO and will integrate the developer's games into their platform as a result.
The agreement will see Play'n GO's full gaming library on offer through the platform, which is primarily offered to casinos in Mexico and Brazil. Play'n GO is known for their slot offering, but the group has also put out table games and video poker machines. The developer often has their games deployed through other large platforms, with titles offered in regulated jurisdictions on desktop and mobile platforms.
Commenting on the deal Play'n GO's Staffan Cnattingius said, "We're delighted to have agreed a deal to supply Patagonia in two of the biggest markets in Latin America. Our games are popular in multiple jurisdictions around the world and I would be very confident that they will have the breadth and depth of features, great math, and innovative gameplay to engage players here too."
Patagonia's Pedro B added: "Play'n GO are one of the best omni-channel slots specialists in the iGaming world and we're thrilled to be working together. Our knowledge of the Latam market coupled with the strength of Play'n GO's slots promises huge rewards for both parties."
Patagonia's platform now boasts more than 200 games from different developers.