Pragmatic Play extends LatAm footprint via Starkbet partnership

September 19, 2023

Players will have access to more than 300 Pragmatic Play titles.

Pragmatic Play has signed a deal with Starkbet to enhance its presence throughout Latin America. The iGaming content provider will offer Starkbet three of its verticals, which will allow players throughout the region to access Rocket Blast, Megaways and Diamond Cascade titles, as well games like Sugar Rush and Gates of Olympus.

Company VP of Latin Operations Victor Arias described the collaboration as a mutual win and said Pragmatic Play is eager to partner with Starkbet.

He said, “It’s a pleasure to welcome the Starkbet team on board as Pragmatic Play’s latest partner in Latin America.

“It’s another fantastically strong brand that we’re delighted to see Pragmatic Play bringing its content to and we’re sure the relationship is going to work out incredibly well for both parties.”

Starkbet CEO Henry Berger briefly discussed the advantages the deal with give to LatAm players.

He commented, “Starkbet has always been a popular choice for LatAm players and that will be even more true now we will have content from Pragmatic Play in our portfolio.

“Its games are among the most requested among our players and we’re going to able to offer them so much more as a result of this agreement.”

Pragmatic Play is no stranger to the Latin American market. The company recently partnered with Peruvian operator Betara. The two will collaborate to bring players throughout the region access to virtual sports content that includes 3D renderings of live football, greyhound racing and horseracing.

Under the terms of the multi-vertical agreement, Pragmatic Plays slots and live casino content will also be available to players on Betara’s platform.


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