Patagonia Entertainment is to strengthen its Latin American gaming aggregation platform via the introduction of the Ganapati portfolio of titles.
The online casino content developer, known for providing Japanese-themed content, has stated it is to add “a wide selection of standout titles” including Neo Tokyo, lauded as the firm’s flagship game of this year, Samurai Girl, Sumi-e and Wild Sumo.
Furthermore, Ganapati is to supply future entries, such as its official Manny Pacquiao slot game, Pacquiao One Punch KO, which is to be released this September, and proceeds of which go to the Manny Pacquiao Foundation which supports children’s education in the Philippines.
Juliet Adelstein, CEO of Ganapati Europe Holding, commented: “It is very exciting for Ganapati to be making its first step into the LatAm markets, and through none other than Patagonia Entertainment. This will undoubtedly be a mutually beneficial partnership, and we cannot wait to see the results”
Patagonia’s GAP is built with a mobile first strategy first and foremost, and is designed to be customisable to meet operators’ needs as well as being fully certiﬁable for several regulated markets across the LatAm region.
Operators can access a library of games which now features over 2,000 titles and includes third-party games from the likes of Booming Games, Vivo Gaming, Hacksaw Gaming, Play’n GO, MGA and Ezugi.
Victor Arias, Patagonia Entertainment’s global business development manager, added: “Ganapati’s content is a welcome addition to our constantly growing GAP. Adding these new titles will further diversify our offering and help drive our business forward.”
Ganapati announced the new link-up with Manny Pacquiao last month, ahead of the eight-division world champion successfully returning to the ring against Keith Thurman in Las Vegas.
Becoming the exclusive producer of a new official slot title based on the Filipino fighter, the deal aims to support relations between Japan and The Philippines by giving back to the local community.