Casino software provider Playson is aiming to grow its footprint across a number of emerging Latin American markets after linking-up with Salsa Technology.
The online casino software developer, which struck a deal with Xpress Gaming last week, is to integrate the Playson content suite into its game aggregator platform.
The agreement sees Salsa Technology gain complete access to Playson’s range of titles, which features its latest releases, Solar Queen, Rome: Caesar’s Glory and Sunny Fruits: Hold & Win, the third instalment from its Funky Fruits series.
Playson has a portfolio of more than 65 HTML5 omni-channel games and has secured licenses from the UKGC, ONJN and MGA. All of Playson’s games will be available through a single integration via Salsa Technology’s game aggregator platform.
“We’re very excited to be going live with a highly-regarded platform such as Salsa Technology,” commented Michael Tadross, head of account management at Playson. “The company’s strong presence in the Latin American region presents a valuable opportunity for us to distribute our content to an ever-growing fanbase.”
This latest news follows Patagonia Entertainment rebranding as Salsa Technology earlier in the year, as the company plots its next stage of expansion, as well as striving to incorporate a dedication to globalisation, localisation and innovation.
Victor Arias, Salsa Technology’s global business development manager, noted: “Playson’s casino titles are proven winners with players and the portfolio will be a welcome addition to our GAP.”