MGA Games announced to continue with its long-cherished plan for an international expansion not many days ago. Ever since the company has set some special objectives so as to trigger that expansion. One of those objectives is to make an entrance into the Portuguese market and conquer it.
With signing this pact, the Pariplay has now been granted to showcase and offer all the MGA Games’ slot games in its fusion platform. The company has started by integrating several of the celebrated names that offer the highest traffic and the most returns. 5-reel games like Samantha Fox, Sandro Rey, and Dream3Team will be showcased first on the platform. Along with them will be a 3-reel slot named CSI. All these games will feature renowned celebrities with some intellectual properties. The selection of the games will be made by their position in slot ranking. They will be inarguably highly attractive and pleasurable to players.
The game developer company has announced the plan in its MGA Games Day at the end of 2020. As the plan depicted, the company seeks global expansion by setting its foot in the Portuguese market first. Keeping the objective ahead, the company is developing several slot series featuring Portuguese celebrities and those slots will also feature renowned Portuguese characters.
Future Optimism Reflected in Both Companies
The founder and chief executive officer of MGA games, Joan Sanahuja said that they were convinced that their productions, would be taken well by the public and operators from Portugal for their themes and innovation as well as usability. Also, having a platform like Pariplay to offer their games in their neighboring country offered them the international reach they wanted for their games. He thought it would be a surefire guarantee for their success. He also included in his statement that this would be a highly beneficial and profitable relationship for both entities.
In a separate statement, the CCO of Pariplay, Christine Lewis said that MGA Games manufactured slot titles are very popular among the players and operators in Spain and many other markets and they believed that Portugal wouldn’t be an exception.