Sportingtech partners with RubyPlay to enhance slot game portfolio

February 29, 2024
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The company said that this year its focus is on Latin American expansion.

Full-service betting and gaming platform provider Sportingtech has signed a deal with RubyPlay, an iGaming development studio, to expand its reach with Latin America.

The two will work to bring a variety of slot titles to players throughout the region. Players can access several notable slot games that include Immortal Ways Diamonds, Diamond Explosion 7s and Mad Hit Marlin Bonanza.

RubyPlay specializes in engaging slot development and game design. Sportingtech said it collaboration with the iGaming company “reinforces Sportingtech’s ambitious growth plans, as it aims to further expand across regulated markets, with an emphasis on delivering tailored content and products to its vast number of partners.”

RubyPlay CPO Dr. Eyal Loz commented, “Being able to partner with a tier one provider in Sportingtech will further our ambitious growth plans, ensuring our content is engaged by as wide an audience as possible.

“Sportingtech prides itself on providing bespoke offerings and we are thrilled that our content is going to play a key part in its top-class delivery to operators.”

Sportingtech Senior Commercial Manager Robert Nevill explained the company’s drive to form meaningful partnerships as part of its growth strategy.

Nevill said, “We are always seeking ways to enhance the content portfolio that we provide to our operator partners. RubyPlay has created a strong reputation in the LatAm market and integrating its library of slots will go a long way to ensuring operators can deliver a diverse range of titles to its players.

“RubyPlay prides itself on creating unique gaming experiences and we are sure that the array of games will be well received by operators and players alike.”

Sportingtech currently offers players more than 100,000 games from more than 100 of the company’s partners. The brand said the LatAm region is a “major focus” during 2024.


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