They say great minds think alike, and apparently that’s also the case with casino technology groups, as Revolver Gaming and Salsa Technology have announced a reciprocal integration agreement.
The deal will see Revolver offering their games on the Salsa Game Aggregation Platform (GAP), while Salsa will be offering their games through Revolver’s Game Aggregation Platform (GAP). The end result will see both studios expanding their reach to new markets, all while providing customers with thrilling new games.
“Salsa Technology has a great presence in the growing Latin American market,” said Revolver Gaming CEO Ryan Lazarus. “For us, this deal will help us gain a strong foothold in a region that will be adopting online gaming more over the next few years.”
“We’re also happy that Salsa trusts us with helping to distribute their games. Our Game Aggregation Platform helps studios get their games out to quality operators easily, and we’re glad to be able to assist whenever possible.”
All current Revolver slots are included in the agreement, with the recently-launched Irish Coins headlining the agreement. New games will also be on offer through OGP, with Neon Blaze slated to jump on board when it launches next month.
Peter Nolte, CEO at Salsa Technology said, “Our dominant position in the LatAm market provides the perfect platform for Revolver to enhance its exposure in this fascinating region. In turn, Revolver’s games will be a welcome addition to our GAP and we’re sure they will fire us to further successes.”
Salsa Technology also designs its own casino games with a specialty in video bingos. Thus far they’ve put out a series of eye-catching titles, including Pachinko 3D, Candy Bingo 3D, and the ultra spooky Halloween Groove. All of the games are designed in HTML5 and are playable on desktop and mobile platforms. The great design will see integration into Revolver’s GAP a snap. Salsa was previously known as Patagonia Entertainment until the company re-branded earlier this year.