3 Oaks Gaming goes live in Colombia with BetPlay

March 26, 2024
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This is in keeping with its strategy to establish a presence in LatAm throughout 2024.

3 Oaks Gaming has agreed a new partnership in the LatAm market, going live for the first time in Colombia through a deal with operator BetPlay. 

Players in Colombia will now have access to 3 Oaks Gaming’s full portfolio of slot titles, as it enters into one of LatAm’s most mature markets. 

Examples of some of the titles set to be on offer through this deal include Sky Pearls: Hold and Win, 3 Egypt Chests: Hold and Win and Coin UP: Hot Fire 3x3. 

BetPlay was only founded in 2017, in Colombia’s capital of Bogota. 

For 3 Oaks Gaming, this also signifies another key deal in the LatAm market, having only last week established a partnership with EstrelaBet, an online operator based in Brazil, marking its entry into the region. 

3 Oaks Gaming Managing Director Sebastian Damian said: “Colombia is one of LatAm’s most established markets and we believe our high-quality slots will resonate perfectly with users in the jurisdiction. 

“Our journey into LatAm is an exciting time for everyone at 3 Oaks and to agree a partnership with BetPlay will only boost our presence in Colombia." 

This news comes shortly after EvenBet Gaming launched its poker solutions through BetPlay in an effort to further expand its presence in LatAm. Under the terms of this deal, BetPlay’s platform will have EvenBet’s full suite of gaming products, including its poker software. 


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