WA.Technology broadens LatAm reach via partnership with Latam Entertainment

January 19, 2024
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The supplier plans to release its titles in Mexico.

Latin American iGaming company WA.Technology has partnered with the consulting and advisory firm, Latam Entertainment. The two will work to strengthen WA.Technology’s presence throughout the region, including an upcoming launch within the Mexican market.

The collaboration will pave the way for additional projects with several well-known regional brands, including PixBet, F12, Headsbet, Toisbet, FazOBetAí and PixBet.tv.

Company CEO Tim Scoffham took a moment to explain the way that the deal could be beneficial for both organizations.

He commented, "Our collaboration with Latam Entertainment will significantly strengthen WA.Technology’s healthy position in Latin America. This robust partnership will pave the way for an enhanced provision that will not only provide market-driven localized solutions that support increased revenue for operators but also elevate capabilities for first-rate player engagement and experiences.

“We're excited to combine both teams’ expertise to augment the iGaming experience in this fast-growing emerging market.”

Both companies formed the agreement because of "shared values of creative development, a commitment to quality, and a deep understanding of the iGaming landscape in Latam." 

Latam Entertainment Director Commerical Axel Antillon said that the company is eager to partner with WA.Technology.

He said, "The entire team at Latam Entertainment is very excited about this partnership. We see this new alliance as an outstanding collaboration due to the enormous potential of taking the WA.Technology products and brands to new levels within Mexico and other Latam markets.

“Our mission is to guide businesses to success with a comprehensive portfolio of services. Latam Entertainment is a crucial ally in navigating the landscape of diverse Latin American markets.”

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