CT Interactive provides gaming portfolio to Betmexico in new partnership

June 27, 2023
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CT Interactive's portfolio goes live with Betmexico.

Supplier CT Interactive has released its exclusive gaming portfolio to customers of Betmexico in a new partnership, with the aim of expanding its reach in LatAm. 

CT Interactive has been on a roll with partnerships as of late; prior to its Betmexico deal, CT Interactive signed a strategic deal with Sbbet.me, went live in Slovakia via Kajotwin, formed a partnership with Skilrock in an effort to expand into the LatAm and African markets, as well as getting its content certified for Georgia

Earlier this year, Betmexico signed a content deal partnership with BGaming.

Martin Ivanov, Director of Business Development Americas at CT Interactive, commented, “We are delighted to have our content live with Betmexico. We would like to welcome them to our growing customer base in Mexico and look forward to deepening our partnership as more portions of CT Interactive become available in the country.” 

Patricio Garza, Commercial Director at Betmexico said, “The mission of Betmexico is to provide the best possible gaming experience to its customers. In order to do that, we need to constantly offer new, exciting products.

"CT Interactive’s portfolio of innovative games is an excellent tool for this purpose. Their games with unique designs and sound effects are already a hit with our customers.”

Diego Verano, Head of Business Development LatAm, said, “Our team is constantly striving to improve its offerings and to create custom game packages for different player groups. We are very happy that the Mexican clients react so well to our content.”


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