iGaming content supplier Pragmatic Play announced Tuesday it has established a new deal with operator Jacare.bet, further expanding its growing presence in the Brazilian market.
Following on from a string of recent deals in the jurisdiction, the partnership with Jacare.bet grants its players access to the provider’s slots, live casino and virtual sports products, featuring a variety of games that Pragmatic Plays says are proven to boost revenue.
Recently released slots such as Gems of Serengeti and Shield of Sparta feature as part of the deal, as well as player favorites like Sugar Rush and Gates of Olympus; alongside a diverse collection of live casino titles including staples Sweet Bonanza CandyLand and Mega Wheel.
Virtual sports products including Force 1, Horse and Greyhound Racing complete the deal, providing Jacare.bet’s customers with detailed 3D renderings of a range of popular sports and a wide variety of betting markets.
The deal marks Pragmatic Play’s latest expansion in Latin America, as the Brazilian market continues to provide “significant commercial opportunities” for the provider, according to the company.
Victor Arias, Vice President of Latin American Operations at Pragmatic Play, said: “We are excited to take content from our three leading verticals with Brazil-facing operator Jacare.bet. The partnership allows us to reach more players than ever before in the region, providing them with the memorable experiences that our games are renowned for.”
A Jacare.bet representative said: “The addition of Pragmatic Play’s award-wining content to our platform will be a massive win for our brand, and we are so excited to see how our players respond to the leading experiences that they are known to be.”
Back in December, Pragmatic Play inked a deal with Brazil's Aposta Ganha for two of its verticals. Soon after, Brazilian operator BetBastet also became a partner of the company, which now supplies the operator three of its main verticals.
The latest of these deals in the LatAm jurisdiction was with Aposta Certa, to which the operator provides three of its verticals.
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