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ggdrasil has completed a landmark content partnership integration with Patagonia Entertainment that has seen the innovative supplier make its debut entry into the rapidly regulating Latin America market.


The fast-growing LatAm provider has enabled its network of regional operators to have access to Yggdrasil’s complete content portfolio including latest releases Yokozuna Clash and The One Armed Bandit, fan favourites Wild Robo Factory and Jackpot Raiders, as well as classic titles such as its Vikings trilogy.


Following the successful integration, Onefootball teams


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Patagonia’s growing network of customers is able to use Yggdrasil’s industry-leading proprietary BOOST® promotional tools.


range of in-game Since being founded in 2014, Patagonia has


established a strong foothold in Mexico, Colombia and other regulating Latin American markets developing proprietary casino and bingo content and offering clients an omni-channel platform solution in the last two years.


Patagonia Entertainment’s Global Business Development Manager, Victor Arias, said: “Partnering with Yggdrasil and enabling our expanding operator network to integrate their award-wining content is very exciting, and we can’t wait to get started. The growing LatAm market presents gaming brands with a host of opportunities, and we are delighted to bring Yggdrasil’s best-in-class casino offering to our regional customers.”


up with Sportradar Greentube boosts Italian presence with Snaitech


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nefootball, the world’s leading


football media platform, has partnered with


Sportradar, global provider of sports data intelligence, for the delivery of their OTT offering, bringing Onefootball customers the best live and on-demand sports video programming from across the world. Having begun showcasing premium football rights via a pay-per-view model through its own app in April 2019, and as part of a continued expansion, Onefootball will now use the market-leading Sportradar OTT platform, which marries data and video to ensure the optimal viewing experience.


Onefootball, which already uses Sportradar data to create engaging sports content and power its live score service, recently announced pay-per-view live streaming distribution partnerships with Sky Deutschland, for 2. Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal matches in Germany, and Eleven Sports for domestic Serie C matches in Italy as well as selected premium matches in Belgium and Luxemburg.


Onefootball will now leverage Sportradar’s data-driven OTT solution to support the expansion of its OTT offering with further rights holders across the globe.


Onefootball CEO & Founder, Lucas von Cranach, said: “After test-launching in April, we have looked extensively for the most appropriate technological partner for the next chapter in this venture. Sportradar, with their  impressive work with other big industry names, is a natural choice.”


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reentube, the NOVOMATIC


Interactive division, has launched with leading Italian operator Snaitech as part of a deal which significantly strengthens the supplier’s foothold in the country. All of


Greentube’s Italian-licensed products are now live with Snaitech and available through the operator’s website and mobile channels, as well as the ‘Snai Slot’ application. This partnership with one of the largest operators in Italy builds on Greentube’s


recent growth in the local market and further cements the appeal of its games with Italian audiences. The distribution agreement provides Snaitech with access to NOVOMATIC’s classic land-based titles – including Book of Ra™ deluxe, one of the most successful titles both in international land-based and VLT markets. Many of these titles have been


successfully converted for online and are playable across a range of digital devices. Daniel Lechner, Head of Sales at Greentube, said: “Partnering with Snaitech demonstrates that our portfolio has become a must-have for Italian operators and adds another leading brand to our rapidly growing Italian client base. Italy is a strategically important market for us, and it is fantastic to see our collection of Italian-licensed content continually deliver exceptional results for operators in the region.”


IMG ARENA to supply Mansion Group


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MG ARENA, a leading sports betting service and content hub, has signed a multi-year agreement to deliver a full suite of virtual sports to Mansion Group through its partnership with Leap Gaming. The new and innovative virtual sports content will be available immediately for UK sports fans.


Mansion will offer on-demand and scheduled virtual horse racing, tennis, trotting, speedway, cycling and greyhounds, as well as Leap’s newly-launched Instant Football, which combines motion-capture animations with expert commentary and a wide range of betting options. The Instant Football product contains 16 teams, with features including the option to browse  interaction.


IMG ARENA’s virtual sports portfolio harnesses cutting-edge, 3D motion technology from Leap to capture and recreate ultra-realistic versions of some of the world’s most popular sports.


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