Salsa Technology has struck a deal with casino software provider Playson to integrate its games portfolio onto its Game Aggregator Platform (GAP), in a move which will allow Playson to grow its footprint in emerging Latin American markets.
The deal sees Salsa Technology gain complete access to Playson’s top-performing titles, which features its latest releases, Solar Queen, Rome: Caesar’s Glory and Sunny Fruits: Hold & Win, the third instalment from its Funky Fruits series.
Playson has a portfolio of more than 65 HTML5 Omni-Channel games and has secured licenses from the UKGC, ONJN and MGA. All of Playson’s games will be available through a single integration via Salsa Technology’s Game Aggregator Platform.
Salsa Technology’s Global Business Development Manager Victor Arias followed: “Playson’s casino titles are proven winners with players and the portfolio will be a welcome addition to our GAP.”
Michael Tadross, Head of Account Management at Playson, said: “We’re very excited to be going live with a highly-regarded platform such as Salsa Technology. The company’s strong presence in the Latin American region presents a valuable opportunity for us to distribute our content to an ever-growing fanbase.”