Patagonia Entertainment has agreed terms with SoftGamings to serve up its market-leading Video Bingos. The deal was inked at ICE London, which was another highly successful event for the business and there will be further partnership announcements over the coming weeks.
SoftGamings is a renowned iGaming developer, with over 10 years’ experience of offering clients turnkey and white label casino solutions. Customers can access all top game providers under a single integration, licensing and banking solutions and more. Its platform is able to handle millions of transactions per day.
This latest in a long line of content agreements will see Patagonia deliver its world-renowned library of Video Bingo content. Among Patagonia’s proprietary games being integrated onto the SoftGamings platform are Pachinko 3D, Farm Bingo, Candy Bingo and Goal Bingo.
Patagonia are the pioneers in Video Bingo titles. Its video slots are part of a portfolio which features a plethora of third party casino games thanks to renowned partnerships with worldwide content providers.
Patagonia Entertainment’s Global Business Development Manager Victor Arias said: “SoftGamings places huge importance on delivering the ultimate player experience and our games align perfectly with that mantra. The fact our games will be accessible through one simple integration instantly gives us excellent exposure. ICE gave us the perfect chance to put the finishing touches on our agreement.”
Irina Sazonova, Director of Partnerships at SoftGamings: “We strive to provide our clients with a wide array of high-quality, innovative and interesting content. Patagonia Entertainment is the rising star in the industry thanks to high-quality content, great graphics, animations, and smart math algorithms that in turn deliver great value to the players. Moreover, we’ve been monitoring the company’s progress and growth for some time. These partnerships will help us to diversify our offering in the South American market and so we are sure that our clients will enjoy the Patagonia Entertainment content.”