Salsa Technology, the leading iGaming solutions provider in Latin America, announced that it had expanded its offering with Onlyplay's Instant Win Games.
The content is available via Salsa's aggregator platform, Salsa Gator, and includes some of the most popular releases from the Lithuania-based provider.
A Perfect Fit
Commenting on the integration, Salsa Technology's COO, Alberto Alfieri praised "Onlyplay's commitment to creating exceptional Instant Win Games," noting that "its portfolio fits perfectly within our Salsa Gator offering."
Salsa Technology boasts over a decade-long experience in delivering customised solutions for the industry in Latin America and Europe, offering an omnichannel iGaming platform that caters to both new and established online and land-based operators.
Salsa Gator is ready to welcome another popular provider into its library of over 60 vendors.
Salsa Gator offers its clients seamless access to a library of more than 60 content providers. Through a single integration, casino operators can pick from a varied portfolio of world-class titles whose popularity is well-known across the region, including its biggest market, Brazil.
Meanwhile, Christina Muratkina, CEO of Onlyplay described the integration as "a proud moment for Onlyplay.
"Together, we will deliver fruitful results from this cooperation," she continued, noting that launching "with a partner of Salsa Technology's standing" makes Onlyplay "extremely grateful" over their wish to kick off collaboration.
Founded in 2007, Onlyplay has positioned itself as the master of creating immersive games equipped with contemporary designs and mechanics with a proven track record of delivering strong engagement results.
Thanks to the deal, Onlyplay will integrate its complete portfolio onto Salsa Technology's leading aggregator, Salsa Gator. Some of the games made available to Salsa's clients and end-users include F777 Fighter, Myths of Bastet, and Book of Bamboo.
"The games are packed with current themes to make them appeal to a broad target audience," Alfieri concluded.