Vibra Gaming has unveiled a new brand identity including a refreshed logo as it targets further growth in LatAm, Europe and the US in 2023 and beyond.
The Latin American slot and platform development company has grown rapidly since being founded three years ago by CEO Ramiro Atucha, co-founder and former CEO and COO of Leander Games. It has established itself as the go-to supplier of localised, high-performing omni-channel slots, table games, video bingo and interactive instant win content and platform and software solutions for the booming Latin American market.
The business has signed a series of landmark global content distribution deals during that period including most recently in August this year with SOFTSWISS, one of the industry’s largest iGaming software solutions and products providers.
The agreement will see Vibra Gaming’s entire games portfolio integrated into the SOFTSWISS Game Aggregator and distributed to hundreds of brands worldwide, further increasing the reach of the award-winning content and software solutions developer.
Its catalogue of slots and table games content includes a host of localised, branded, and themed content such as Piggy Cash, Wild Gems and Mystic Joker, Popeye Slots, The Phantom and Condorito, and the supplier’s unique and latest versions of Roulette and Blackjack which went live earlier this month. This will be closely followed by Craps, Baccarat and Sic Bo.
Vibra Gaming says it has big plans for the rest of this year and 2023 including the announcement of a series of milestone platform agreements in LatAm and the US, an expansion of its slots and video bingo content as well as the launch of in-house developed omni-channel live casino content that will be playable both on and offline in a host of land-based locations.
CEO Ramiro Atucha said: “The last three years have been a thrilling journey to get to where we are today and there’s much more to come!
“Both our content portfolio and our platform solutions development are rapidly growing with some significant deals on the horizon in LatAm and the US, while we also have big plans to continue to expand our range of slots, table games, and video bingo and diversify into new categories such as live casino.
“Vibra Gaming, complete with our newly defined and refreshed brand identity, is on a very exciting path and I’m supremely confident our growing team of product and market experts will deliver on our vision to be one of the keystone content and solutions suppliers in the iGaming industry.”
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