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Latin America-focused Patagonia Entertainment has agreed a new deal alongside mobile gaming organisation Pocket Games Soft, as it strives to enhance players gaming experience via “an impressive array of mobile games”.

Integrating a range of casino titles onto the Patagonia igaming platform, the firm states that it is focusing on “revolutionising mobile app gamification by leveraging its wide spectrum of bespoke gaming solutions.”

Kera Sheng, sales director at PG Soft, commented: “With such an impressive portfolio, PG Soft is proud to become partners with Patagonia Entertainment. By combining PG Soft’s creativity and games variety, we are certain that this partnership will provide players with the best gaming experience, creating a best of both sides.”

Amongst the titles set to be integrated as part of Patagonia’s latest content based partnership are Hip Hop Panda, Prosperity Lion and festive treat Santa’s Gift Rush, as the firm continues to enhance its offering with a number of deals.

Victor Arias, Patagonia Entertainment’s global business development manager, added: “PG Soft’s creativity and commitment to innovation means its games will make a welcome addition to our growing portfolio of partners.”

This follows a further enhancement of Patagonia’s igaming platform announced recently, as it entered into agreement with Vivo Gaming to encapsulate a selection of live dealer titles.

Under the terms of the content partnership Patagonia’s clients are to gain access to Vivo’s “market leading interactive” games, delivered from four studios situated in various locations worldwide.

The addition of content from Vivo sees the addition of a plethora of fresh titles, including live roulette, baccarat, blackjack and dedicated tables “on all new HTML5 3.0 responsive game version”.

“Vivo Gaming’s live casino offering is outstanding, and integrating the content will enrich our platform. Live games will help us continue to grow throughout Latam,” stated Patagonia Entertainment’s operations manager Pedro Baldriz.