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Betting group Patagonia Entertainment has announced this week that they've signed a content deal with Iforium and will add their games to the latter's platform as a result.
The agreement will see Patagonia's video slots being ported over to the GameFlex platform, which includes more than 8,000 games from a suite of different developers. Patagonia is big in the Latin American and Asian market, and the Iforium deal will allow the group's games to reach a broader audience.
Commenting on the deal Iforium CEO Phil Parry said, "I am delighted to confirm Iforium's partnership with Patagonia Entertainment. The addition of Patagonia is another important content differentiator for our Gameflex platform and one which will support our expansion into new markets. I look forward to building our partnership with the excellent team at Patagonia and exploring new opportunities together."
Patagonia's Victor Arias added: "Iforium is an award-winning eGaming company with cracking casino content. We're proud to call them a partner and we're excited about working together as we continue to grow our businesses."