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Betting platform group Patagonia Entertainment has announced that they've signed a distribution agreement with Hacksaw Gaming and will import the latter's scratchcards into their product offering.
The agreement will see Hacksaw's 26 scratchcards being offered on the Patagonia platform, which then is pushed to casino operators. The Hacksaw slate of games has RTPs ranging from 50-80%, with some games featuring jackpots worth up to €500,000. The games are being worked in now and will be available soon on the platform.
Commenting on the deal Patagonia's Victor Arias said, "Integrating Hacksaw Gaming's content onto our platform builds on a great start to 2019. Its visionary games fit our brand perfectly and the results speak for themselves."
Hacksaw's Marcus Cordes added: "Hacksaw Gaming was founded with a vision for revolutionising scratch cards and we are delighted this has been recognised by Patagonia Entertainment, which has shown great enthusiasm for our products."