Endorphina Set for Latin American Expansion through New Partnership

Endorphina, the popular developer of online slots, has announced a new partnership with Dotworkers, a leading iGaming company that focuses on the Latin American market.

It is hoped that the partnership will help Endorphina significantly increase its presence across Latin America, bringing its slots to a far wider audience. At the same time, it will give Dotworkers the chance to enhance their position in the market by bringing their players a selection of exciting slots that have already proven popular in a number of other markets.

Patricio Broerse CEO of Dotworkers

Endorphina’s portfolio is becoming a must-have supplier across several markets, and we at Dotworkers always aim to provide the best entertainment to our players. We are very excited for this new partnership, and we have no doubt their high-quality portfolio of games and will bring added value to our operations.

Patricio BroerseCEO of Dotworkers

Zdenek Llosa, the Sales Manager at Endorphina, also welcomed the new partnership. He said that the company is “very pleased” to have established another strategic partnership in Latin America as the company continues to work to expand in the region. He added that they “look forward to having our portfolio of games including our newest releases like Joker Stoker, 2021 Hit Slot, and Hell Hot 100 available to their clients.”

About Endorphina

Endorphina is a developer of online slots with its headquarters in Prague, Czech Republic. The company has produced a wide-ranging portfolio of titles with many games bringing an exciting twist to favorite themes.

About Dotworkers

Dotworkers is a company that specializes in providing B2B services in the iGaming industry, particularly in Latin America. It also has more than seven years of experience in B2C, and it currently has more than thirty clients across the region.

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