Latin America-focused Patagonia Entertainment has unveiled a further expansion of its game aggregation platform, courtesy of a fresh agreement with bespoke games studio Espresso Games.

The Italian casino games developer is to integrate a variety of titles from its portfolio onto Patagonia’s platform, as it continues plans to expand across the Latin America region.

Furthermore, a series of Espresso’s jackpot formats are to also be included under the terms of the partnership, including cross-games jackpot tournaments, multiplayer jackpot requests and progressive reel jackpots.

Flaviano Fogli, COO of Espresso Games, commented: “We are very pleased to have signed a distribution deal with Patagonia Entertainment. This collaboration further strengthens our position in the South American market and confirms our desire for expansion in the region.”

Patagonia states that its platform, which comes as a mobile first experience and is designed to converge the land-based casino experience, “is stable, scalable and customisable to meet operators’ needs, and fully certifiable for several regulated markets across the LatAm region.”

Operators utilising the offering can gain access to a library of games encapsulating in excess of 2,00 titles, including a number of third-party offerings from the likes of Booming Games, Vivo Gaming, Play’n Go, MGA and Ezugi.

Victor Arias, Patagonia Entertainment’s global business development manager, added: “Espresso Games’ dedication to casino game creation and mobile-first philosophy makes them the perfect fit for our expanding GAP. The LatAm region remains a huge opportunity and we’re certain the relationship will prove highly successful.”

This follows a recent deal undertaken by Patagonia alongside Asia focused distributor QTech Games, with the latter further bolstering its portfolio of content.

Strengthening its position towards the forefront of the LatAm market, the reciprocal deal also ensures that worldwide operators powered by the QTech platform will now be able to access a new range of titles from Patagonia’s full catalogue of content.