Venezuela

Malta-based casino software developer Playson has signed a content deal with Triples to provide the Venezuela-based operator with its extensive suite of popular titles, it announced on Tuesday.

As part of this direct integration with the operator’s online offering, the supplier will deliver its “eclectic” range of slots.

Triple is one of Venezuela’s leading operators and is actively expanding its online casino offering following a surge in customer acquisitions. The addition of the new content is expected to enable it to attract a wider audience to its offering.

Additionally, the deal highlights Playpen’s strength as a game developer within the Latin American region and its ability to attract audiences in multiple markets.

Commenting on the deal, Blanka Homor, sales director at Playson said: “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.”

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