Patagonia and CasinoEnChile in Content Deal

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Internet betting software developer has announced that they've signed a content deal with CasinoEnChile and will begin offering their bingo and slots to the site as a result.

The agreement will see CasinoEnChile offering Patagonia's full library of games to their site, which will then be offered to punters. Patagonia has 15 games that have either been released already or are in development. The casino as a whole offers slots, video poker, roulette, and blackjack games to their customers. CasinoEnChile focuses on the Latin American betting market, which is growing considerably and seeing many licensed betting sites popping up. The site is owned by LatamWin!, which looks nearly identical to this newer site.

Commenting on the deal Patagonia Entertainment's Victor Arias said, "LatamWin are a huge casino brand in the Latam casino market and we're thrilled to agree terms as our latest content partner. Our video bingo and slots will help diversify LatamWin's offering and we look forward to seeing the results."

LatamWin! CEO Cristhian Vargas added: "The LATAMWIN Group consolidates its expansion in Latam market with this commercial agreement with Patagonia Entertainment. Together with Patagonia and our 15 years' of experience in the industry we are on track to become one of the top brands in the market. We are happy to welcome Patagonia Entertainment content to our platforms and we look forward to a great business relationship with them."

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29 June 2018 - 7:16pm

I suppose any brand which operates in South America knows the market there still has much room for improvement and it's inevitable process really in the year to come so I think a deals like these could be beneficial not only in the present times but surely in future too.