PokerStars has unveiled an expansion of its Spanish igaming offering, with the Flutter Entertainment brand welcoming a suite of titles from online casino developer and distributor MGA Games.

The content studio says the integration of its “most attractive productions” from its burgeoning portfolio will “happen progressively,” which will allow players to “enjoy a unique virtual gaming experience to the fullest”.

Furthermore, PokerStars will also benefit from a range of tools that MGA Games offers to operator partners via its client zone, which are designed to aid promotions and product launches. 

Among the firm’s content suite is its Hyperrealism Series, which includes Jessica Weaver, Abigail Ratchford, and Andy Soucek, as well as the firm’s video bingo portfolio, encapsulating the Latin Fiesta Series that boasts titles such as Calaca Party, Sea and Monster Bingo.

Furthermore, extra entries are based on popular Spanish Celebrities, whose characters such as El Dioni, María Lapiedra, and Aramís Fuster, in addition to La Mina de Oro Plus, Popeye Cazatesoros, and CSI Miami.

The addition of PokerStars to its roster followed an agreement inked earlier in the year alongside Aspire Global’s online casino games provider Pariplay.

This saw MGA Games extend its ongoing collaboration with the group to officially enter the Portuguese market via the Fusion game aggregation platform, which itself continued a prior pledge for international expansion throughout the year.

Towards the culmination of 2020, the developer unveiled a 12-month vision, which placed an increased focus on expansion, innovation and IP-led products which it said would drive the group forward further still.

This saw MGA Games detail its ‘Act Local, Think Local,’ international strategy for entering a selection of Europe’s newly regulated markets, which it assured would begin with Portugal.

Beyond Portugal, the group also said that it planned to enter countries such as Bulgaria, Italy, Holland, Denmark and Sweden. A commitment to Latin America was also emphasised.