WorldMatch launches certified games for Portuguese market

WorldMatch announces an important step for its international growth: the launch of a portfolio of certified products for the Portuguese regulated market.

WorldMatch has strengthened its presence in the international market with the launch of 30 products, totally localized and certified for the Portuguese market. A rich portfolio, intended for players from Portugal who will be appreciated for the engaging mechanics and adrenaline dynamics of the new WorldMatch slots.

WorldMatch for Portugal has selected 30 of its best titles and news.

The operator can choose between 2 different RTPs, High and Low, to better profile his offer and with a rich choice of themes to offer to his customers: from the classic Egyptian style to the fruit, passing through the Out of Space atmospheres.

Value is important when entering into a partnership and WorldMatch enriches the offer of Portuguese operators with value.

Andrea Boratto CEO of WorldMatch, commenting on the launch of slots in Portugal: "The high quality of entertainment that WorldMatch offers to players from all over the world is now available for the regulated market in Portugal; the games we have selected have already performed above average in other markets and have now been fully localized in Portuguese and certified by SRIJ. WorldMatch is a leading player in the sector and choosing the WorldMatch product catalogue improves the range of content available and makes the offer more attractive for players."

For more than 20 years, WorldMatch has been providing a wide range of games and slots for the online casino industry. Its contents are tailored for compatibility with both desktop and mobile devices and with all operating systems. The catalogue of +200 multi-language and multi-currency HTML5 games is one of the largest and most popular available on regulated markets.

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