MGA Games continues its growth in the Colombian market after an agreement with Wplay, who will integrate the group’s catalogue via Playtech.

MGA Games continues its growth in the regulated Colombian market after striking an agreement with Wplay, who will integrate the group’s games catalogue via Playtech.

The partnership between the two companies has been in place for years, but has recently been renewed with the new Playtech agreement. 

Joan Sanahuja, founder and CEO of MGA Games, commented: “At MGA Games, we continue to bet heavily on expansion in Colombia, and this new step with Wplay makes more sense than ever. We’re convinced that this alliance will be very beneficial for both companies. 

“We are specialists in the development of localised slot games, which is always a guarantee of success for our operators and entertainment for users who can enjoy the best technology, design and animation but with a local product adapted to their tastes and preferences”.

Wplay will gain the latest localised productions from the supplier, including Golden Throne from the recently released Colombia Collection, a series of casino slot games specially adapted for the Colombian market with original voiceovers.

Players will also have the chance to play games such as Dream3Team, Samanta Fox, Jessica Weaver Queen of the Seas, Abigail Ratchford’s Treasure Quest and many more.

A spokesperson for Wplay commented on the partnership: “We are a company whose reason for being is the entertainment of our users and this, more than ever, is constantly moving and continually presents more interesting, innovative and multi-platform proposals. 

“That is why we are excited to bring our users closer to these disruptive and avant-garde products and experiences, which guarantee them moments of fun and facilitate their interaction with their favourite games. 

“These partnerships not only involve two great strategic allies but also have at the hold two parties looking for a place of entertainment in Wplay. With this type of news, we are fulfilling their expectations placed on us”.