Salsa Technology has announced its latest content partner to launch on its Salsa Gator platform, Brazil-focused online Video Bingo provider Bingordo Inc.
Bingordo’s suite of classic Video Bingo games were built for Brazilian players, where these games have a long-standing tradition and familiarity dating back to their use in land-based bingo halls. This suite of games is wildly popular, instantly recognisable, and brings a nostalgic element of play that will engage players on many levels. The Bingordo suite of games is available on all devices and features the original, vintage look and feel, smooth graphics and animations, adjustable speed controls (including a unique turbo mode), low volatility and frequent prizes. Every game has a Progressive Jackpot.
Bingordo’s suite operates through an RGS gaming platform in partnership with Parlay Games Inc.. Parlay’s software has been internationally certified and tested by most accredited testing organisations. The Bingordo game suite will be added to Salsa Gator and be instantly accessible. Among the games joining Salsa’s outstanding aggregator platform are Pachinko 3, Showball 3, Silverball, Nineballs, Pharaoh’s and Silverball Premium
Salsa’s standout Salsa Gator is recognised across the industry for its strong selection of fun and immersive titles. Every one of the games is accessible through a single integration and is proven to deliver positive results within LatAm.
Salsa Technology’s CEO, Peter Nolte said:
“Brazilian culture flows through all that Bingordo does and you can see that within its Video Bingos. They resonate with local players thanks to a genuine understanding of the market. We’re thrilled to add these titles to our Salsa Gator and we expect big things!”
Scott White, Co-Founder and Director of Parlay Games Inc. and Bingordo Inc, said:
“Salsa Technology is a true leader within the LatAm iGaming space and really knows the nuances that drive the region. We couldn’t be happier to integrate our games onto Salsa Gator and use its position to showcase the fresh games to a new audience.”