7777 Gaming extends its Mexico reach via NetBet partnership

November 6, 2023
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Mexican players can access more than 40 games on the NetBet site.

Online gaming provider 7777 Gaming has expanded its presence in Mexico through its ongoing partnership with NetBet. The duo will bring players throughout the region more than 40 games that can be accessed on NetBet’s website.

NetBet will offer players 7777 Gaming titles that include Club Mr. Luck, Cash 100, Zeus and Sea of Treasure.

Company CCO Elena Shaterova noted that 7777's collaboration with NetBet is key to offering its players quality games moving forward.

She said, "We are thrilled to go live with NetBet in their operations under the MGA jurisdiction and in Mexico, further expanding our reach with this operator. This partnership strengthens our commitment to providing gaming experiences to players worldwide.”

She went on to add that the company’s recent success in Romania has paved the way for potentially similar results in Mexico.

She said, “After commencing our collaboration with NetBet in Romania earlier this year, we are confident the players will be delighted by the quality and variety of our offerings in the MGA jurisdiction and the Mexican market as well."

During the past several months, other gaming companies have expanded into Mexico, giving players a wide variety of gaming options. Zitro Digital recently partnered with RSI’s online casino and sportsbook RushBet to offer players in Mexico access to its game portfolio. This move is part of Zitro’s North American expansion plan.

Players in Mexico have access to Zitro’s vast title selection through the RushBet platform. The duo has integrated several well-known games that include Link King, Link Me, 88 Link, Bashiba Link, Pick & Win and an assortment of video bingo games.

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