Fazi secures license to extend operations to Peru

March 7, 2024
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Fazi strengthens its international presence by securing a spot in the Peruvian market.

Inroads into the LatAm market have been made by Fazi.  

The Sebian-based provider has secured an online games supplier license that will allow it to distribute its iGaming products to customers based in Peru. At present, the company holds over 15 official licenses and certificates that allow it to distribute its online gaming roster to 50+ countries worldwide.  

A Fazi spokesperson said, “Entering the Peruvian market is another important business step that will enable us to stay ahead of the game in every aspect.”

It has been noted by previous partner Pariplay that Fazi has enjoyed success in several European and Latin American regulated markets.  

Fazi has 30 years of operational experience in the industry, offering a mixture of slot, roulette and table games which include Crystal Hot 40, Burning Ice Deluxe, Book of Spells, and Wild Hot 40.  

With access to additional distributors' content through partnerships with companies such as aggregator and platform Groove, Fazi now holds a partnership with all 70 of its operators across five continents. Another collaboration was announced in December 2023, in which Fazi partnered to push NetBet’s presence into the Greek market, thus expanding both iGaming company’s European reach. 

Fazi also operates in additional capacities, for example, as an iGaming casino equipment manufacturer. As an operational contributor to multiple iGaming industry sectors, Fazi will hope to use this license to harness the benefits occurring in the fast-developing LatAm market through the wealth of passionate online gamers currently residing in Peru.  


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