Play’n go in support of betWarrior’s latAm development
Web casino games specialist Play’n GO announced a new milestone on its ongoing LatAm growth campaign. The biggest supplier, boasting of a portfolio of over 150 titles, signed a content supply agreement with a mobile-focused iGaming operator BetWarrior. This will be part of its development strategy to breed and cement its presence across Latin America. The deal will see through the provider and the operative, BetWarrior gain access to Play’n GO’s an amusing library of games to grow its entry into the main jurisdictions.
Co-founded by the former PokerStars executives José Del Pino and Morten Tonnesen, BetWarrior places mobile at the front of its operations. The online casino and sports gambling brand went live in summer. It lately launched a Kambi-powered sportsbook, while online product studio Shape has been selected to provide its customer with native, mobile-first gambling offering that is compliant with Apple’s new gaming apps guidelines.
Play’n GO and BetWarrior
BetWarrior is licensed in Curacao and it focuses on expanding across Latin America and Europe. Right now, they are in the process of gaining more licenses that will enable them to deliver on their growth goals. The addition of Play’n GO’s well-known casino content has been an important move in BetWarrior’s push for increasing and strengthening its LatAm footprint.
Their deal with BetWarrior, the team that is behind Play’n GO said that both the providers and the operatives are looking to expand in the Latin American region that has seen much of positive regulatory movement over the past l years and that their partnership was a “natural next step.”
Magnus Olsson, Play’n GO Head of Sales and Account Management explained that they are excited to collaborate with BetWarrior as it has been built by “highly knowledgeable and skilled team, with deep understanding of the LatAm market” and that they look forward to providing the operator’s customers with access to a great selection of their gambling games.
In the month, Play’n GO released four web bingo games into the Latin American market to improve its presence in the region. José Del Pino, BetWarrior Co-founder said that they have a clear idea of where they want to increase and how to deliver high-quality entertainment to LatAm players.