Pragmatic Play signs content agreement with GanaPlay

November 14, 2023
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Players throughout the LatAm region will have access to several Pragmatic slot titles.

Pragmatic Play and GanaPlay have signed a content deal that will further extend Pragmatic’s reach within the Latin American market.

Under the terms of the agreement, Pragmatic Play will deliver several titles to players throughout the region, including Big Bass Bonanza, Twilight Princess, Candy Blitz and John Hunter. The company’s slot games will be available to players on GanaPlay’s platform.

Pragmatic Play VP of Latin American Operations at Arrise, Victor Arias, commented, “GanaPlay is a respected name and one of a number of partners that Pragmatic Play has allied itself with to further its growth strategy.

“It’s another shop window for the region’s favourite casino content and I have no doubt that it will continue to perform as successfully here as everywhere else.”

GanaPlay CEO Andres Clavijo said, “Pragmatic Play games are in high demand from our players, so to be able to supply them now we’ve reached an agreement is a considerable coup for us. Once they roll out, our brand will be significantly stronger and as we maintain our place in a tightly packed and highly competitive market.”

In other company news, Pragmatic Play recently 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.

Back in May, Pragmatic Play signed another LatAm partnership, with Juegalo.com.

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