Play’n GO Set to Go Live in Buenos Aires
Play’n GO, the popular game developer, has received accreditation from LOTBA, the gambling regulator in Buenos Aires, Argentina, paving the way for the company to further expand its presence in the Latin American region.
It is one of the first suppliers to be approved by the regulator and it allows Play’n Go to offers its casino content to licensed operators in the City of Buenos Aires, as well as those in the wider Province of Buenos Aires, which is home to roughly 17 million people.
It means players will soon be able to enjoy slots such as Legacy of Dead, Contact, Viking Runecraft, and Reactoonz, as well as Latin American themed titles such as Cat Wilde in the Eclipse of the Sun God.
The accreditation is a major step for the company in the region, where it has been investing significantly in recent years. Furthermore, operators in the region that are already partnered with Play’n GO can now easily expand into Buenos Aires.
Our strategy remains to engage in every regulated jurisdiction with diligence and care. The speed at which Argentina is reregulating is very positive and we are looking forward to supporting our partners as they enter this newly regulated and exciting marketplace.
The company’s Global Head of Sales and Account Management, Magnus Olsson, said that they want to offer more than just games in the region. He said that they will be providing partners with “the same premium service that we give to our customers anywhere else in the world – every single new game we produce will be certified and available for players on the day we promise, without delay or disruption.”
Cristian Acuna, Play’n GO’s Head of Sales in Latin America, said that the company is confident that its games will prove popular with the region’s players. He said that Play’n Go understands that it is important to tailor content rather than use a one-size fits all approach and that they will be working closely with their regional partners to ensure that they are “offering the best entertainment to their players possible.”