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Casino gaming groups Patagonia Entertainment has announced that they've signed an agreement with Skywind, which will see the latter's games being offered on the Patagonia platform.
Skywind has more than 250 games that'll be ported over to the platform, with both unique and licensed properties being offered. Those games include Resident Evil, Star Trek: The Next Generation, CSI, and others. The agreement will also include Skywind backend tools, as well as progressive jackpots and daily reward systems for players.
Patagonia has been working to expand their footprint in the lucrative Latin American gaming market, which is seeing rapid expansion as more players get access to the internet.
Skywind's Oren Cohen Shwartz commented on the deal, saying: "Patagonia Entertainment is well-rooted in Latin America and we have a shared interest in entering regulated markets in the continent and preparing for the about-to-be-ready markets. The players of Patagonia's licensees will be able to enjoy our premium games, specifically made for their markets, like Inca Jackpot, Chili Festival, and Aztek Reel."
Patagonia's Victor Arias added: "Skywind's portfolio is incredibly diverse and has some huge titles which we cannot wait to add to our platform."