Pragmatic Play signs new deal in Argentina with Casino de Corrientes

July 9, 2024
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This agreement further strengthens its LatAm presence.

Pragmatic Play has expanded its Latin American footprint through a recent strategic deal with Casino de Corrientes.

Under the terms of the partnership, Pragmatic Play will give Argentinian players access to its portfolio of live casino, virtual sports and slot games through the casino’s online offering.

Players throughout the region will be able to try some of Pragmatic Play’s signature titles, including Slot Sugar Rush 1000, Auto Roulette and Blackjack X.

Company VP of Latin American Operations Victor Arias described the deal with Casino de Corrientes as a mutual win.

He said, “Pragmatic Play is thrilled to partner with Casino de Corrientes and integrate its award-winning range of slots, live casino and virtual sports content onto the operator’s online casino offering.

“This partnership with Casino de Corrientes is key for the provider and the operator, which will soon enjoy the immersive and innovative qualities of Pragmatic Play’s portfolio.”

Pragmatic Play develops up to eight new online slot titles per month. The iGaming supplier delivers live casino and bingo games that are available on a sing API. Its suite of games is part of the company’s multi-product portfolio.

Casino de Corrientes President Martín Carena took a moment to share the destination’s enthusiasm to enter this partnership.

Carena commented, “We are excited to be partnering with Pragmatic Play, which marks a milestone for us as we continue to elevate our offering.

“Supplying our customers with the most entertaining online casino content in Latin America is key to our long-term growth and partnering with Pragmatic Play will help us succeed in accomplishing this.”


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