BGaming and form iGaming partnership

April 21, 2023
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The provider says it will form a better understanding, as well as broaden its reach, within the Latin American market.

BGaming, online casino games provider, has partnered with Mexican online casino and sports betting operator, BGaming works with over 900 casinos around the world and aims to expand its presence in Latin America by delivering exclusive games to registered Betmexico players.

Just last week, BGaming also announced a partnership with Geogrator, which will engable the provider to reach more online casinos in Georgia through a regional aggregator.

BGaming’s portfolio of games is over 100 strong with slots, cards, dice, roulette, casual table games, lottery and more. The platform currently supports over 90 currencies worldwide.

Slots the company is known for include: Joker Queen, Wild Cash and Fruit Million. Its next slot release will be Royal High Road on 11 May, followed by Lucky Crew and Savage Buffalo, which are also set to release weeks later.

Paulina Hovar, Latin America Business Development Specialist at BGaming, said of the partnership, “We’re seeing a significant increase in interest from the Latin American region toward our games. Our partnership with Betmexico provides Mexican users access to top-performing BGaming games.

“As a result, we’ll deepen our understanding of LatAm players and tailor our games to regional preferences by integrating features and mechanics favoured in the market.”

Betmexico’s online casino currently offers slots, blackjack, roulette, baccarat, poker, bingo and interactive games including plinko and minesweeper.

A representative from Betmexico said, “We are very happy to work together with BGaming. Their games have been very well received by our customers and we will work to make sure that this partnership keeps growing in Mexico.”


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