With multiple sizzling niche markets, Latin America is one of the hottest expanding regions for online casinos. The creator of Buenos Aires-based online game developer Vibra Gaming changed the company's name to Vibra Gaming from Spieldev after the senior executives from Leander Gaming joined the company.
The German word "Spiel" means "game," or more specifically, "slot game," and the "dev" component of the name clearly suggested that Spieldev was a slot developer. The company is making partnerships to distribute its library of video slots, video bingos, and other games to more areas now that its name is marketable. Recent deals included one with Groove.
A platform and aggregation expert, Groove has customers across several international marketplaces. Aggregation is essentially the collection of different online casino games, which operators can then easily integrate into their casinos using an easy API, or application programming interface. So to speak, it's a plug-and-play module loaded with casino games.
The best-performing Vibra content, including video bingo, table games, branded and custom casino slots, and all of its traditional material that is suitable with local and regional lottery operators, will be transferred to Groove's GroovePlay aggregation platform.
Numerous Vibra's most popular games include Condorito, Popeye, Fruity 7, Mystic Joker, Patagonia Wild, Piggy Cash, Quake, and Wild Gems, among many others. A large portion of Vibra's material is highly localized.
By utilizing GroovePlay and the white-label casinos running on Groove's GrooveOn software, Vibra Gaming joins an ever-growing roster of developers. There are many different and interesting suppliers, some of which are well-known in the online gambling industry.
Thanks to collaborative agreements with gaming studios like Vibra, the group adds over 100 titles on its aggregation platform each month.
As far as awards go, Vibra Gaming won the LatAm Rising Star in Sports Betting & Casino title from SBC last year, and earlier this month company won the Silver award at the SBC Latinoamerica Awards 2022.
The Vibra "Scratch-a-lot," which is modeled on the workings of instant win lottery tickets, has had a reward given. The product successfully combines the excitement of playing slots with the immediate adrenaline rush of scratching a ticket for an instant prize. Due to the fact that some countries forbid offshore online casinos from selling lottery products, it is not available in all regulatory jurisdictions.
The company is on an upward trend, and Ramiro Atucha, the CEO, is well-known in the industry. Their material is excellent for Groove's goal of assisting player-focused operators in finding their groove in a cutthroat market.
Since Groove has been "at it" for six years, it has expanded both its partnering base and organizational structure. Payment processors, an automated KYC system (know your customer), affiliate networks, integrated AI, and a number of tier-one game developers are just a few of the services and integrated functionalities offered by Groove. On the platform, there are more than 5,000 games and more than 60 providers.
Ramiro Atucha, the CEO of Vibra Gaming, stated: "We are excited to partner with Groove. Vibra Gaming now has a wonderful opportunity to further build its potential across a variety of developed, emerging, and mature regions through a vibrant ecosystem of operators and casino brands centered on Groove.
Yahale Meltzer, co-founder of Groove and its chief operating officer, continued, "As one of the pioneers in the iGaming sector in LatAm, we are committed to offering our operator cluster the broadest range of tested, top-performing games. We are thrilled to include Vibra's portfolio and make it first available to our clients. The fact that Vibra is the market leader in Latin America is a wise strategic move that will spur future expansion throughout this expanding area.