Internet Vikings marks entry into LatAm with a new data center

March 27, 2024
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The growth of the sector was a key reason behind its entry.

Internet Vikings has expanded its services as a licensed hosting provider, entering into the Latin American market. 

Following on from opening its second data center location in the state of Delaware, the company has opened a new one in Latin America, to mark its entry into the region. 

Part of the reason Internet Vikings has moved to expand its service offerings is due to the growing licensed iGaming and online sports betting sector within LatAm. 

The company will offer hosting services for operators in the region, introducing tailored VMware cloud hosting services  to help with the growth of operators and improve their customer experiences. 

Internet Vikings Founder and CEO Rickard Vikström said: "Entering into Latin America was not only a strategic decision for growth but also a commitment to provide local regulated operators with access to VMware cloud hosting, compliant with instant scaling on-demand.” 

Internet Vikings COO Kristoffer Ottosson added: "Our launch into Latin America underscores our dedication to providing the industry with a heightened level of cybersecurity, and infrastructure to support our clients effectively. 

"We are confident that our partnership with local stakeholders, combined with our VMware cloud hosting services, will enable us to deliver value to current and potential operators in the area." 

Also, this month, the organization extended its reach in the US, receiving a license as an online gaming service provider in the state of Connecticut, meaning it is now active in 24 states in the country. 

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