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Online betting game developer Yggdrasil has announced that they've partnered with Patagonia Entertainment in order to enter the Latin American market.
The agreement will see Yggdrasil offering their library to Patagonia, who then offers their games to casino operators in the region, including those in Mexico, Colombia, and others. The full suite of Yggdrasil titles will be included, as will new games as they're being released. Patagonia is lucrative to many gaming groups, as they've been one of the few companies to have a long-established foothold in Latin America, which is growing as a market.
Commenting on the deal Yggdrasil CEO Fredrik Elmqvist said, "I'm delighted to make our first entry into LatAm by partnering with Patagonia, where we will combine its platform and regional experience with our technology and extensive software development expertise to offer its network of brands with a unique gaming experience.
"Our aim is to deliver the best casino games experience available, and this partnership is a major step towards achieving that within the rapidly growing regulated LatAm market."
Patagonia's Victor Arias added: "Partnering with Yggdrasil and enabling our expanding operator network to integrate their award-wining content is very exciting, and we can't wait to get started. The growing LatAm market presents gaming brands with a host of opportunities, and we are delighted to bring Yggdrasil's best-in-class casino offering to our regional customers."