Amusnet partners with WPlay in Colombia

March 27, 2024
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The two will work to offer live casino games to local players.

Supplier Amusnet has signed a strategic deal with WPlay to expand its footprint in Colombia.

Amusnet said its partnership with the Colombian sports betting and online casino website “represents a synergy of expertise and resources, combining innovative gaming solutions with established presence and market knowledge.”

Players throughout the region will have access to more than 40 live games through WPlay’s site. Through this collaboration, the duo expects to grow that number to 70 during the next month. Amusnet said it expects to have 100 live games available for players by the end of the year.

Colombian players can get in on the action with well-known Amusnet online slot games like 40 Super Hot, Burning Hot and Shining Crown.

Amusnet Commercial Manager LatAm Daniel de los Ríos briefly discussed what the company hopes will come from this partnership by saying, “We are thrilled to collaborate with one of the leading operators in Colombia. Together, we aim to deliver unparalleled gaming experiences to players in Colombia and beyond, setting new standards of excellence in the industry. 

“This new partnership signifies a mutually beneficial agreement to all stakeholders, particularly our valued players.”

WPlay CEO Julio Cesar Tamayo said that the supplier is eager to bring new games to Colombian players and described the partnership as an opportunity to expand its global reach.

He commented, "We are pleased to have Amusnet's games on WPlay. We understand the importance of this provider on an international level and the interest it generates among Colombian players. Looking forward to achieving great results together!”


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