iGaming content provider Pragmatic Play has grown its presence in the Brazilian market by partnering with XSA Sports.
This new deal grants XSA Sports players access to the provider’s complete Slots portfolio. This includes recently released titles like Secret City Gold and Pinup Girls alongside longstanding favorites such as Gates of Olympus.
As part of the partnership, the provider’s Live Casino portfolio will also be delivered to XSA Sports’ customer base. The Brazilian brand will now benefit from classic games such as Blackjack and Roulette as well as modernized gameshow-inspired titles like Boom City and Sweet Bonanza CandyLand.
Virtual Sports will also be provided to the client, giving players betting opportunities between live sporting events depicted in a 3D-rendered space. This will include Horse Racing, Penalty Shootout, and the recently released Darts game.
Victor Arias, Vice President of Latin American Operations at Pragmatic Play, said: “We are pleased to begin working with XSA Sports and to continue delivering our wide range of content to Brazil.”
“This latest signing marks another benchmark in our growth strategy in the region and the wider LatAm market, along with providing new reach for our games, bolstered by XSA Sport’s leading position,” he added.
An XSA Sports representative said: “XSA Sports is thrilled to announce this new partnership with leading provider Pragmatic Play. We aim to always deliver high-quality and innovative products to our players, and Pragmatic Play’s pristine reputation aligns with these values.”
“We have no doubt this will be a successful collaboration for both parties and that together we can deliver an unbeatable gaming experience to Brazilian players,” the spokesperson concluded.
Earlier this week, the provider announced the launch of new updates to the Live Casino title Mega Sic Bo. The game has been given a range of upgrades, including redesigning the user interface to improve the user experience, alongside a brand new studio that has been specially created to host the high-speed game in “stunning quality,” the company announced.