1X2 Network has lauded what it calls “a breakthrough deal” in Latin America, as the firm supplies its entire portfolio of titles to content aggregator Patagonia Entertainment.

Under the terms of the deal Patagonia is to integrate content from 1X2 Network’s 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio subsidiaries, in addition to virtual sports titles from strategic partner Leap Gaming

“Latin America has huge potential and we are thrilled to grow our partnerships across the region,” said Kevin Reid, chief commercial officer at 1X2 Network.

“Our titles have enjoyed huge success in markets around the world and we believe they will be just as popular among players in the rapidly growing Latin American market.”

Operators within the LatAm region powered by Patagonia are to gain access to a variety of titles, including Neon Jungle and Blood Queen, as well as new entrants Pirate Kingdom Megaways and Battle Maidens. 

Furthermore, they will also be bolstered by Leap Gaming’s virtual sports titles that are built on 1X2’s platform, with games offered across football, tennis, horses, greyhounds, speedway and more. 

Victor Arias, Patagonia Entertainment’s global business development manager, commented: “We go to great lengths to provide our operator partners with the best online casino content on the market so partnering with 1X2 Network was an easy decision for us.

“The Latin American market continues to develop and mature, and player demands are changing, which is why it is so vital for operators to offer proven content from established developers such as 1X2 Network.” 

Samuel Lewis, business development manager at 1X2 Network, added “We are delighted to be entering the Latin American market and partnering with Patagonia.

“We always strive to provide the best experience to players in all regions and this agreement is a major step towards achieving that. We are excited to have the opportunity to combine our ever growing content with Patagonia’s regional expertise, and really look forward to seeing where this partnership can take us’’