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The Latin American market has become a key target for casino content developer Betsoft Gaming after the firm unveiled an agreement with Salsa Technology. 

Deepening it footprint across the region, Salsa lauds the “creative studio” and a “wave of cinematic animated slot titles” that are to be available to partners.

The agreement will see the developer integrate a wide selection of its top-performing titles on to Salsa Technology’s game aggregation platform, including Monster Pop, Spring Tails and Total Overdrive.

This link-up follows Betsoft continuing a strategic push to deepen its global footprint after rolling-out an agreement with social casino firm earlier in the month.

Labelled an “extensive” agreement covering a range of Betsoft content under the Slots3 umbrella, the supplier also asserts that a number of future innovations are to also be made available to players.

Francesca Raniolo, Betsoft sales executive, said of the latest partnership: “Partnering with Salsa Technology, who are recognised leaders in the Latin-American market, as well as Spain and Portugal, is another step forward for us in our global strategy.”

Patagonia Entertainment rebranded as Salsa Technology earlier in the yeaar, as the company plots its next stage of expansion, as well as striving to incorporate a dedication to globalisation, localisation and innovation.

Victor Arias, Salsa Technology’s global business development manager, followed: “Betsoft Gaming has been a leader in the slots’ development space for years and we cannot wait to add these new games to our GAP offering.”