LSports receives MINCETUR approval for Peruvian operations

July 10, 2024
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The supplier is now set to offer B2B sports betting data solutions in the region.

Following approval from the Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (MINCETUR), sports betting data solutions organization LSports will now offer its B2B services to iGaming companies in Peru.  

LSports’ data feed and trading intelligence services, as well as its betting stimulation tools, are now available for access to sportsbooks and iGaming companies in Peru, as the company seeks to expand its reach in both the national market and the wider LatAm region.

Currently, LSports is undergoing a period of Latin American expansion. The company also recently entered a partnership with Payhound in an attempt to improve its payment processes for clients.  

Commenting on this latest development, Dotan Lazar, LSports CEO, said, "This is a significant step in expanding LSports' footprint in Latin America. We are delighted to be among the first data providers accredited in Peru. The market has great potential, and we look forward to helping our partners launch competitive offerings."  

 "The acceptance of this B2B license reinforces LSports' position as a leading sports betting data supplier in a region known for its passionate fans and vibrant sports culture. LSports is committed to supporting its partners in Peru and beyond, helping them navigate the complexities of the market and achieve sustainable growth. We offer free consultations on expansion strategy and encourage bookies to contact us."    

In the summer of 2021, LSports gained its sports betting license in Colorado, as part of a phase of US expansion. Now, it has set its sights on enhancing its outreach in the South American market with this latest regulatory approval in Peru.  

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