Salsa Technology has revved up its Salsa Gator offering by launching a wide selection of Nolimit City’s titles on its aggregator platform.

iGaming developer Nolimit City is world renowned for its groundbreaking ideas and notorious themes. Showcasing a library that consists of more than 50 games that are available in multiple tier one markets, Nolimit City’s slots embrace a wide range of themes and feature several popular proprietary mechanics: xNudge®, xWays®,  xSplit®, xPays®, xBomb®, and Infectious xWays®. 

Salsa Technology is now showcasing the provider’s slots within the Latin American region and that includes some of Nolimit City’s most in-demand titles like San Quentin xWays, Fire in the Hole xBomb, xWays Hoarder xSplit, and Book of Shadows.  

Games that join the Salsa Gator offering are hand-picked from only the best providers across the iGaming industry. Each game is accessible via a single integration and contributes to long-term growth strategy.

Salsa Technology’s head of marketing & communications, Eliane Nunes said: “Nolimit City knows exactly what they are doing when it comes to designing games that players have a real affinity with. There is no doubt that these games will be an instant hit with our network.”

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