In one of the most highly anticipated gambling markets yet to launch, Argentina, iGaming content provider Play’n GO has become one of the first suppliers of casino games to be approved in this upcoming market.
Initially, the developer expressed interest behind the scenes to expand the reach of the business in to Buenos Aires, one of the most highly anticipated upcoming gambling districts in the world.
As an already active provider of iGaming content in Latin America, the developer has been looking to expand its presence further across the region and tap in to the Argentinian market that is currently going through a huge transition and regulation period in anticipation of launching.
Despite many forms of gambling in Argentina being illegal, operators and providers are able to actively operate gambling outlets from the Buenos Aires Province, where it is legal.
Buenos Aires Province is the largest of twenty-three provinces in Argentina and is not to be confused with the City of Buenos Aires.
The regulator has now approved Play’n Go following an application by the developer so that it can strike new deals with gambling operators in this part of Latin America, so that players can enjoy its suite of games.
Without a doubt this new certification will expand and grow the business across Latin America and will allow the developer to gain a strong foothold as one of the first approved suppliers to a population of almost seventeen million.
As part of the certification, the developer will now be able to provide its thrilling games that are loved by so many, including Cat Wilde in the Eclipse of the Sun God, Viking Runecraft, Contact and Reactoonz and Legacy of Dead.
The company is continuing to expand and grow in every regulated gambling region in the world and is committed to broadening the reach of its impressive titles.
The Argentinian gambling market is not only one of the most highly anticipated, but is also one of the fastest re-regulators across the globe. Meaning that operators and suppliers such as Play’n GO are being check and approved at a fast rate, which allows companies to support their partners ready for the new gaming market.
Over the past few years, the developer has invested significantly in Latin America and is quickly becoming a recognised and trusted brand in iGaming.
Now that Play’n GO has been approved to actively provide its games to players in Argentina, operator partners can now expand in to Buenos Aires with the peace of mind of providing the full portfolio offering of the developer’s games to players in the region.
Further to the landmark development, the developer has highlighted how important the Latin American gambling market is to the brand and is delighted to be tapping in to some 3 million residents in Buenos Aires.
Head of Play’n GO sales in Latin America Cristian Acuna commented on the news and spoke about what it means to the company:
We know that the eyes of the LATAM region will be watching Buenos Aires closely, but we are confident that our wide and varied portfolio of content with resonate strongly with players.
Thanks to our experience in Latin America, we know that what players in Argentina enjoy will be different from players in Colombia, Peru or Mexico. Operators can’t take a one-size fits all approach to Latin America, and we don’t either.
We work closely with our partners throughout South and Central America to ensure they are offering the best entertainment to their players possible, and to help them grow their businesses too.
And we can’t wait to get started in Buenos Aires.