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Gaming software group Vibra Gaming has announced that they've come to an agreement with Pronet Gaming and will offer their games to the latter's platform.
As a result of the deal, Vibra will offer their full suite of games on the platform, and will also work to develop games that are tailored for customers in Latin America. For Pronet, this agreement will allow for growth in the LatAm market, which is growing in terms of offering casino and sportsbetting services to players.
Vibra Gaming has put out a series of original slot games in addition to the licensed games, "Popeye" and "The Phantom". No timeframe for the integration and offering of the games was given as of the announcement of the deal.
"We've been working for many years in the development of content for the LatAm markets and we consider this partnership with Pronet Gaming to be an essential milestone," said Vibra Gaming CEO. "We believe that their distribution will open a big path for us and that our content will help them grow in these latitudes even more."
Pronet Gaming CCO Bobby Longhurst added: "LatAm is a key region for us and to sign a deal with a supplier with a portfolio as strong as Vibra Gaming's is a major boost for our casino catalogue in the region.
"We were particularly impressed with Vibra's innovative approach to video bingos and slots as well as their smart use of licensed content with localised appeal. We believe these games will help our operator partners ramp up player engagement in this market."