Pragmatic Play widens its LatAm footprint via partnership with Betcris

January 16, 2024
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Betcris players can place online bets 24/7 and access well-known titles through the Pragmatic Play platform.

Pragmatic Play has signed a partnership agreement with Betcris, to expand its presence in the Latin American region. This is the latest in a series of collaborations the supplier has formed in the LatAm area.

Players can now access Pragmatic Play’s content through Betcris, which recently went live in the region.

Betcris players will be able to check out Virtual Sports, along with various slots and live casino titles like Gates of Olympus, Sugar Rush, Zues vs Hades – Gods of War and Spaceman.

Through the Virtual Sports platform, Betcris users have access to 24-hour-a-day betting opportunities on motorsports, football, horse and greyhound racing.

Pragmatic Play VP of Latin American Operations at Arrise Victor Arias noted the company considers partnering with quality operators a priority over quantity.

He said, “It isn’t the number of signed deals as much as the quality of operators. Betcris provides us with another tremendous brand to showcase Pragmatic Play content. We couldn’t be happier to see Pragmatic Play products there.”

Betcris Casino Manager Mauricio Delgado described the casino’s relationship with Pragmatic Play as a great asset.

He commented further by saying, “As a LatAm bookmaker, Pragmatic Play’s games are a great asset for Betcris. We’re anticipating a positive reaction from our players and positive impact upon our customer experience.”

Pragmatic Play develops up to eight new online slot titles per month. The company delivers live casino and bingo games that are available on a single API. Its suite of games is part of the company’s multi-product portfolio.


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