JUE 22 DE OCTUBRE DE 2020 - 03:16hs.
Major content deal

BetGames.TV expands in Mexico with Logrand Entertainment Group

BetGames.TV has announced a partnership with Logrand Entertainment Group which sees its entire portfolio now live on Strendus, the operator’s main brand in Mexico. The studio has signed numerous strategic agreements across LatAm in recent months, and this latest deal further enhances the company’s presence in the region’s thriving regulated markets.

Classic live games such as Wheel of Fortune, Baccarat and BetGames.TV’s innovative spin on Texas Hold’em poker, 6+ Poker, are now all available on Strendus and its associate brand Mustangmoney.

BetGames.TV’s cutting-edge offering has proved hugely popular in regulated markets across the continent as the company continues to rapidly expand is global profile with numerous strategic deals.

With licences issued by multiple jurisdictions including the UKGC, MGA, Italy, and various South African gambling authorities, as well as additional certifications pending from Sweden and Colombia, BetGames.TV is one of the most regulated live betting providers in the sector.

Commenting on the deal, Eddie Morales, LatAm Sales Director at BetGames.TV said: “We’re thrilled to be partnering with Logrand Entertainment Group and making further inroads into the vibrant Latin American market.”

“Strendus is the most secure online entertainment platform in Mexico and our award-winning selection of cutting-edge live dealer betting games will be a great addition to this dynamic online gaming Brand,” Morales added.

Lenin Castillo, Director of Online Operations at Logrand Entertainment Group, said: “Logrand Entertainment Group is one of the most innovative companies in the entertainment industry and a force to be reckoned with in the Mexican gaming sector.”

“We are confident that by having a strategic partner such as Betgames.TV, our Strendus platform will reinforce its leadership by offering international content that exceeds the expectations of our users,” Castillo also said.

Source: GMB