Playson is striving to maintain what it lauds as “impressive LatAm growth,” as the online casino developer unveils a partnership with platform provider Virtualsoft.
Under the terms of the agreement, Playson’s collection of titles will be integrated with Virtualsoft’s continental operator partners, such as Doradobet, including games such as Hand of Gold, Solar Temple and Wolf Power: Hold and Win.
“Playson’s product suite has reached a consistently high standard over the years, and recent enhancements make its offering even more exciting,” noted Jose Luis Osorio, head of new business at Virtualsoft.
“For that reason, we are thrilled to be teaming up with the supplier and feel confident that our relationship will be extremely fruitful for both parties.”
Furthermore, the platform provider will also benefit from Playson’s newly-enhanced offering, following the developer’s recent introduction of a fresh UI designed for mobile-gaming in portrait mode, which is says is “ideally suited to regions such as Latin America where demand for mobile content is high”.
Blanka Homor, sales director at Playson, said: “We are delighted to maintain our impressive LatAm growth by completing this agreement with Virtualsoft, a key player within one of the industry’s most exciting regions.
“We look forward to working alongside our new partner and have no doubt that this deal will help it to continue the success it has enjoyed to date.”
The igaming supplier has struck an arrayof alliances thus far in 2021, with partnerships inked alongside the likes of Pixel.bet, Belarusian online casino operator GrandCasino, Kaizen Gaming, White Hat Gaming, and igaming and sports betting operator Solbet.
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