Patagonia Further Improves Digital Service Through edict

Since announcing a new partnership with edict egaming, Latin America-focused Patagonia Entertainment has further improved its digital service.

The German casino provider is to incorporate its entire product portfolio into the gaming distribution system of Patagonia under the terms of the deal.

Patagonia Entertainment’s global business development manager, Victor Arias said: “edict egaming’s portfolio is packed with outstanding casino content as they distribute the well known Merkur slots and we welcome these titles with open arms. We’re looking forward to enhancing our platform offering and growing our respective businesses.”

Designed for first mobile and converging the land-based casino experience, edict egaming lauds a “stable, scalable and customisable” system that is entirely certifiable for multiple regulated markets across Latin America.

Dominic-Daniel Lienard, CEO of edict egaming added: “With the integration of the edict game solution, Patagonia and its casinos are the first provider to get the full portfolio of Merkur slots for the Latin American markets. This deal helps edict to reach new players and new demographics.”

This becomes Patagonia’s new content deal as a range of organisations targeting the area of Latin America, with the addition of a Japanese twist through Ganapati and online casino game developer Yggdrasil embarking on an agreement with the company.

Previously, 1X2 Network praised what it described as a landmark offer in Latin America, with the company providing the content aggregator with its entire portfolio of titles.

Under the terms of the agreement, in addition to digital sports titles from the strategic partner Leap Gaming, Patagonia is to incorporate content from 1X2 Network’s 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio subsidiaries.