Endorphina enters the Peruvian market

February 26, 2024
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This is the 28th regulated market that it operates in.

The iGaming provider, Endorphina, has announced that it is entering the Peruvian market. 

Peru has been viewed by the company as a very important market and now marks the 28th regulated market in which it operates. 

Players in Peru will now have access to games from Endorphina, such as Late Night Win, Lord of the Seas, Giant Wild Goose Pagoda and Silk Road, among many others in its portfolio. 

This market entrance was made possible through authorization that was issued by the General Directorate of Casino Games and Slot Machines attached to the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism of Peru (MINCETUR). 

Within the statement released by Endorphina on the collaboration, it says, “we wish to acknowledge Dzhangar Jesenov, Corporate Compliance Manager at Endorphina and Sergio Segovia, Regional Director for both LatAm and Endorphina.” 

The Peruvian market is already proving to be a key one in 2024 and this month alone we have seen some key deals. 

Betsoft Gaming recently signed a deal to extend its LatAm reach with its content being made available to players in Peru through the retabet.pe online casino, while Ecogra broadened its LatAm footprint after MINCETUR authorized it to operate and offer players the full suite of iGaming testing, inspection and certification (TIC) services. 

For Endorphina, this marks another key agreement as it expands its global reach, with the provider announcing a partnership with Platincasino.es back in December to launch in the Spanish market for the first time. 


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