B2B online gambling software provider; BlueOcean Gaming, has released details that the iGaming firm that aggregates a vast choice of casino content, has linked up with market-leading B2B company that develops online gambling technology solutions; Salsa Technology.
The agreement will see Salsa Technology open up its entire game portfolio to BlueOcean Gaming’s Gamehub aggregation platform, otherwise known as Gamehub, including titles; Candy Bingo, Farm Bingo, Super Flex Bingo, Pirates Bingo, Halloween Groove and Pachinko 3D among others, which allows casino operators to launch multiple game providers with a single API integration.
Salsa Technology has designed and developed a number of video bingos and slot games using the latest technology to provide the best player experience and deliver strong profitability.
Victor Arias of Salsa Technology commented on the link-up deal:
“We’re thrilled to integrate our games onto the BlueOcean Gamehub. Our relentless commitment to understanding local LatAm markets and player preferences means these games will be an instant hit.”
The company ensures that each game is developed in HTML5, is fully compatible with all Mobile Devices and desktop and has captivating features and immersive designs to encourage extensive gaming sessions.
In addition, games come integrated with multi-language and multi-currency customisation and a free Spins marketing tool to maximize acquisition, retention and player reactivation.
A BlueOcean Gaming spokesperson stated:
“We are very pleased to start this collaboration with Salsa Technology. We are positive that their portfolio of innovative games with captivating features, and more importantly localised content for LatAm markets, will be very interesting for operators which are targeting those markets and also for other operators who would like to expand the variety of their casino games offerings.”
Salsa Technology, rebranded from Patagonia Entertainment in January 2020, is an omni-channel iGaming platform servicing both new and established online and land-based operators. Its leading game aggregating platform (GAP) is available in LatAm and increasingly around regulated markets.