Games provider Play’n GO has announced a content partnership with Codere.
The popular software developer, responsible for games including Book Of Dead and Tome Of Madness, announced the news this week, revealing that it had struck an agreement with the Spanish betting operator.
Under the partnership, Codere-operated casino websites will now offer a selection of Play’n GO casino games including Inferno Joker, Rise Of Merlin, Legacy Of Egypt, The Sword And The Grail and many more.
According to Play’n GO’s official press release, the software provider’s games will first launch in Mexico and then in Colombia before launching in other Latin American and European countries.
Play’n GO CEO Johan Törnqvist said in a statement: “Codere is a very innovative company that seeks to grow in both mature and emerging markets, and Latin America is a priority for them.
“Their ambitions and vision match our own, making them a great partner to build a global relationship with. We are very excited to start this partnership and share our games with all the loyal players that Codere has in the region.”
Salo Leder, Codere’s Digital Operations Manager, added: “We have a very ambitious growth plan and it is vital to be able to count on high-performance, creative content such as that offered by Play’n GO.
“In Play’n GO we see a content provider that has invested in being fully certified in each regulated market they enter into, and this facilitates a more fluid and join expansion into new territories, as they open up.”
The news comes as Codere continues to strike similar partnerships and agreements with other casino sites.
Last month, the Spanish operator announced an agreement with Pragmatic Play, a software provider known for games such as Wolf Gold, Great Rhino and John Hunter And The Aztec Treasure.
The operator was founded over thirty years ago and is currently the biggest bingo hall operator in Mexico and the biggest gaming sector operator in Buenos Aires. At the time of writing, Codere manages over 57,000 gaming machines, 148 gaming halls, over 7,000 betting locations and four racetracks.