Betsoft Gaming partners with Retabet to launch its titles in Peru

February 16, 2024
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This move further expands its Latin American presence.

Casino entertainment and software provider Betsoft Gaming has signed a deal with Retabet to extend its LatAm reach.

The company’s content will now be available to players in Peru through the online casino.

Retabet users can choose from a variety of Betsoft titles, including Pho Sho, Super Golden Dragon Inferno and Take the Bank. Players can also access the new instant game release, Plinko Rush.

Betsoft Gaming Account Management Team Lead Jonathan Crook took a moment to share the company’s excitement to expand in Peru.

He said, “We are pleased to catapult our presence in Peru with an innovative operator such as Retabet.

“It’s a deal we’ve been looking to get done for some time, so to finally be live is amazing. We know their players will love our games.”

Retabet is known as a go-to destination for Peruvian players. The platform offers its players tailored experiences and easy to access settings. Retabet also features VIP settings and “a generous welcome package and regular retention offers, ensuring players are respected and valued over the entire lifecycle of the relationship.”

Retabet Group CMO Alvaro Gonzalez commented on the launch by saying, “Adding new quality content, such as Betsoft’s renowned slots to our customer base is key to our continued success in the casino vertical.

“Our customers will definitely thank us for onboarding Betsoft.”

In other regional news, the Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (MINCETUR) has authorized Ecogra to operate and offer players the full suite of iGaming testing, inspection and certification (TIC) services.


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