Playson has heaped praise on a “great step” taken in its quest to seek significant growth outside of European markets, as the casino software developer teams-up with Venezuela-based operator Triples.

The content agreement, which comes as the former aims to add strength within the Latin American region, will see Playson provide its igaming suite to the online casino and sports betting operator.

Triples, which asserts that it is “actively expanding” its roster of digital gaming content following what it calls “a surge in customer acquisitions,” anticipates this latest addition enabling the firm “to attract a wider audience”.

Under the terms of the partnership, Playson will deliver its range of slots including recent releases such as The Fruit Megaways, Spirit of Egypt: Hold and Win and 9 Happy Pharaohs.

Blanka Homor, sales director at Playson, said of the firm’s latest distribution agreement: “Agreeing this deal with Triples is a great step forward for Playson as we seek to grow in markets outside of Europe. 

“Latin America has proven to be a vibrant and prosperous region, therefore signing deals that allow us to strengthen our foothold in nations such as Venezuela is fantastic news for us and our partners.”

This latest alliance follows an array of similar such agreements secured by Playson last month, with Triples following in the footsteps of fellow Venezuelan-based operator Parley, as well as a pair of European agreement alongside Magic Bet and Fortuna Entertainment Group.