Online casino content provider Wazdan today announced that it has partnered Salsa Technology, formerly Patagonia Entertainment, in a move that will see its games range integrated onto its new partner’s Game Aggregation Platform.
The integration will provide online casinos servicing customers from Latin America and Asia with access to Wazdan’s tantalizing slots portfolio.
Hailing from Latin America, Salsa Technology, which recently rebranded from Patagonia Entertainment, has established itself among the leaders in the provision of iGaming solutions in the region.
It services both land-based and online casino operators through its Game Aggregation Platform. Salsa Technology’s portfolio of technology solutions and games is lab certified in Colombia and Mexico, as well as in Asia. The company anticipates to soon obtain certifications in Europe, as well.
Salsa Technology first entered the iGaming industry as a video bingo game developer. While it has expanded its scope of operations significantly since then, it has been holding onto its status and continues to release video bingo titles to the market.
Wazdan’s Partnership with Salsa Technology
Through its recently penned deal with Salsa Technology, Wazdan’s diverse range of gaming titles will be integrated onto its partner’s Game Aggregation Platform. The addition of content will require a single integration.
Titles that are set to soon become available on Salsa Technology’s platform include Larry the Leprechaun, Butterfly Lovers, Magic Stars 9, and Dragons Lucky 8. Hit slots Los Muertos, Valhalla, and the Magic Stars series will, too, be integrated onto the Game Aggregation Platform.
In addition, Salsa Technology will gain access to the nine new games Wazdan plans to release this year. The casino content studio showcased the new titles during the ICE London conference and exhibition show that took place earlier this month.
As mentioned above, Wazdan’s deal with Salsa Technology will enable the content developer and supplier to expand its presence across various LatAm and Asian markets. Earlier this year, the company debuted its games in the Hungarian iGaming market through a partnership with Grand Casino, a locally licensed online gaming operations that was launched after the reorganization of the Hungarian market in 2018.
Excited to Continue LatAm Expansion
Commenting on their partnership with Salsa Technology, Wazdan Head of Sales Andrzej Hyla said that they are thrilled to partner a leader in the LatAm market and to be able to offer their titles to users of the Game Aggregation Platform.
Mr. Hyla went on that they are excited to continue to expand their reach in Latin America and proud to partner a strong developer like Salsa Technology that will support their expansion.
Victor Arias, Global Business Development Manager at Salsa Technology, said that “Wazdan works wonders with its creative casino content, and we couldn’t be happier to add these titles to our GAP.”