Patagonia Entertainment Adds Red Rake Bingo Games

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Internet casino platform group Patagonia Entertainment has announced that they've signed a content deal with Red Rake Gaming and will begin offering the developer's bingo games on their site as a result.

The agreement will see the company's bingo titles, but not any of the slots being ported over. Instead, players will be treated to games like Disco Nights, World Football, Hollywood Dreams, and more. The titles have built-in compatibility for both desktop and mobile platforms and can be played at casinos such as SlotsMillion, Betsson, Casino Barcelona, and more thanks to the deal. The platform now has more than 200 games from top developers around the world.

Commenting on the deal Patagonia Entertainment's Victor Arias said, "We're always looking to expand our offering and Red Rake's video bingo content is the ideal way to do so. Red Rake's philosophy sits perfectly with ours and the games will help ensure success throughout the LATAM market."

Red Rake's Nick Barr added: "Our partnership with Patagonia is an important collaboration as this will increase our reach in the Latam market where we have seen great results on our games. It's exciting to be working with a very strong partner in the region and we look forward to a very prosperous relationship."

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26 October 2018 - 5:59pm

As far as I know Patagonia Entertainment main market is the South American one so probably they believe Red Rake's bingo and some of their slot tiles could be a nice addition to their offerings there and I guess they're right, perhaps the Latin American market is still not overflowing with casinos and developers..well at least in the bingo sector.