Bragg Gaming approved for B2B license ahead of LatAm iGaming market debut

March 22, 2024
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The company will offer both proprietary and exclusive titles to Peruvian players.

Bragg Gaming has received the green light to distribute online casino games in Peru. The Canadian company recently gained approval by Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (MINCETUR) to offer games in the region.

The approval comes ahead of the pending launch of Latin America’s iGaming market. Bragg said that it is “fully compliant with Peruvian regulations and will allow local operator partners to manage their entire product suite.”

Peruvian players can soon access titles from Bragg’s proprietary and exclusive games portfolio through the company’s HUB aggregation platform.

Bragg said in a statement, “The award of a B2B license reinforces Bragg’s position as a leading supplier and content aggregator in the Latin American region which is known for passionate fans and customers alike.”

The company currently offers more than 9.000 games through the Bragg HUB content delivery platform. Its remote gaming server (RGS) is authorized to deliver casino games to more than 25 global regulated gaming markets.

Bragg Gaming Head of Aggregation Ivica Jovanovski briefly discussed the company’s ongoing commitment to offer players quality titles.

Jovanovski commented, “Bragg has a proven track record of quickly adapting our cutting-edge platform technology and games to the regulatory requirements of new jurisdictions, and we are excited to be fully prepared and ready to offer our services immediately when the Peruvian online market opens.

“Peru has great potential as a new market, and we look forward to assisting our operator partners through the process of launching competitive offerings online, including a portfolio of premium games that can be enjoyed by Peruvian players.”


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