Salso Enters Content Agreement With Spribe

Salsa Technology, the online casino software developer that has recently re-branded from Patagonia Entertainment, has entered a new content agreement with Spribe.

The developer of casino games, headquartered in Estonia, is to combine “an extensive portfolio of next generation and traditional games for the igaming industry,” with the company announcing that its titles are specifically designed for generation Y.

David Natroshvili, Spribe’s chief executive, said of the connexion: “Salsa Technology is the established player of the industry, and we are delighted to have such a partner in our portfolio.

“Spribe is new to the igaming market, but so far we have enjoyed unprecedented growth. I’m sure Salsa Technology’s customers will enjoy our next-generation games and this partnership will be most beneficial for all sides.”

Several of Spribe’s games are being incorporated into the game distribution network of Salsa Technology under the terms of the agreement, including “top-performing” Aviator, Hilo, Dice and Goal.

Victor Arias, regional head of business development at Salsa Technology added: “Spribe really understands what makes an immersive and enjoyable casino game. Spribe’s design team continues to do an incredible job and we’re sure these titles will go down a storm with our partners.”

Last month, Patagonia Entertainment re-branded as Salsa Technology, as the company is planning its next growth step, as well as aiming to integrate a commitment to globalisation, localisation and innovation.

“We’re incredibly proud of Patagonia Entertainment’s journey to this point and our rebrand gives us the platform to expand even further across the igaming world,” Peter Nolte, CEO of Salsa Technology, commented at the time.

“Latin American culture flows through the business today despite our global position. Salsa Technology encapsulates our essence perfectly and will help us deliver on our company vision of becoming the world’s best B2B developer of bespoke technology solutions for the igaming industry.”