Pragmatic Play expands LatAm reach through partnership

May 4, 2023
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This is the latest in a series of strategic collaborations in Latin America.

Pragmatic Play has partnered in Latin America with The two have signed the multi-vertical deal.

Pragmatic Play VP of Latin American Operations Victor Arias took a moment to welcome Juegalo as a partner, commenting:We welcome the team at to our growing roster of partners.

“We’re confident that our multi-vertical offering will bring outstanding value to its bottom line and provide its players with a wealth of new content for their play sessions.”

Juegalo is the latest LatAm operator to team up with Pragmatic Play. Players throughout the region will have access to a vast portfolio of titles, including Gates of Olympus, Sugar Rush, The Knight King and Big Bass – Keeping it Reel. The operator’s player base can also utilize live casino games like Mega Wheel and Sweet Bonanza Candyland.

Juegalo CEO Nicolas Cornejo described the collaboration as a “huge opportunity” and noted the importance of giving players quality titles.

He said: “This deal represents a huge opportunity for us to grow as a brand, being able to supply our players with some of the best games available in the industry.

“We’re sure the launch is going to see our traffic and revenue grow accordingly.”

Pragmatic Play delivers virtual sports, live casino and bingo games to players through its multi-product portfolio. Players can access these titles through a single API.

The company currently produces up to eight new online slot titles monthly.

Pragmatic Play has signed a number of global partnerships recently, some as far afield from the Americas as Africa.


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