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Patagonia Entertainment announced that they've signed a content agreement with Moobifun, which will see the former's games being offered through the latter to different African gaming partners.
The agreement will give Patagonia a foothold in the African market, which is growing as technology spreads across the continent. The games will also be deployed in other markets, as Moobifun operates in more than 20 countries. Patagonia provides online betting games on both desktop and mobile platforms, and they've been signing content agreements in attempts to expand their footprint.
Commenting on the agreement Moobifun CEO Santiago Mosquera said, "Our expertise and experience since launching in 2009 is testament that our technology provides a growth engine for the African gambling market. We are convinced that Patagonia׳s Bingo Games will work perfectly alongside our portfolio to greatly benefit our partners and expand the business."
Patagonia's Victor Arias added: "Africa represents an incredible opportunity for Patagonia Entertainment and we couldn't be more excited about our first foray into the market. Moobifun share the same localised philosophy as Patagonia and we expect our games to deliver excellent results."