Pronet Gaming boosts LatAm proposition with Vibra Gaming

Platform provider adds specialised casino content

London, 8th June 2021 – Emerging markets focused turnkey solutions provider Pronet Gaming has enhanced its Latin American offering by partnering with player-centric games developer Vibra Gaming.

The deal will see a series of casino titles designed specifically for the region, including both original and licensed content, added to its fully customisable platform.

Vibra Gaming offers a comprehensive range of slots and video bingos that blend traditional player preferences with modern game dynamics, alongside a classic Brazilian range that transports land-based player favourites online.

It also holds the rights to international brands Popeye the Sailor and The Phantom, together with regionally famous names such as Condorito and "El Potro" Rodrigo.

The latest integration further enhances the offering of Pronet Gaming in LatAm as it continues to expand quickly, with a strong focus on emerging markets.

Bobby Longhurst, Pronet Gaming CCO, said: "LatAm is a key region for us and to sign a deal with a supplier with a portfolio as strong as Vibra Gaming's is a major boost for our casino catalogue in the region.

"We were particularly impressed with Vibra's innovative approach to video bingos and slots as well as their smart use of licensed content with localised appeal. We believe these games will help our operator partners ramp up player engagement in this market."

Ramiro Atucha, Vibra Gaming´s CEO, said: "We've been working for many years in the development of content for the LatAm markets and we consider this partnership with Pronet Gaming to be an essential milestone. We believe that their distribution will open a big path for us and that our content will help them grow in these latitudes even more." 

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