Logifuture’s Simulate launches in Colombia via Yajuego

January 22, 2024
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Players can access Simulate titles through Yajuego.

Logifuture’s Simulate subsidiary has debuted in the Colombian market through a partnership with operator Yajuego.

Simulate recently expanded its global presence by launching in both the Kenyan and Serbian markets. The company specializes in deciding virtual results of real sports matches.

Logifuture Chief Business Officer Niccolo Cassettari described the latest launch as a significant milestone.

Cassettari commented, “Venturing into this thrilling journey with Yajuego in Colombia marks a significant leap into new horizons for us.

“Bringing the pulse-pounding excitement of Simulate to Colombian gamers, optimised seamlessly for both desktop and mobile devices, heralds the dawn of Simulate’s expansion into LatAm.”

Cassettari went on to add that partnering with Yajuego affirms the company’s focus on offering quality products around the globe.

He said, “This partnership embodies our commitment to delivering unparalleled gaming experiences across borders, ushering in an era of boundless possibilities.”

Yajuego first entered the LatAm market in 2018. Through its partnership with Logifuture, the Colombian operator will “continue offering innovative products to their players and establishing itself as a unique brand in Colombia.”

Yajuego President Orlando Carrillo commented, “We’re delighted to expand our partnership with Logifuture and introduce their world-class product into the Colombian market.

“This agreement epitomises Yajuego’s long-term endeavour to offer the very best gaming experiences to all our players and adds to the already formidable partnership we have with Logifuture.”

Simulate launched in Kenya and Serbia through a strategic deal with Mozzartbet. The company also recently released its suite of products in Nigeria. Players there can access Simulate games on the Nigerian sportsbook, Bet9ja.


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