Leading online casino supplier, Play’n GO has received a green light from the Lotería de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires (LOTBA), Buenos Aires' gaming regulator, to offer online slot games in Argentina’s capital, thereby increasing the company’s presence in Latin America.
The Lotería de la ciudad de Buenos Aires (LOTBA) has granted Play’n GO a license to operate in Buenos Aires. This gaming provider now joins the list of other companies with licenses waiting to launch in Argentina’s capital. After receiving accreditation from the gaming regulator, Play’n GO will now be able to offer its entire range of gambling titles to the residents of Argentina’s capital province.
This province boasts over 17 million people, making it a prime market for various online gaming providers. Furthermore, it has made significant strides in developing laws and regulations that govern the gambling industry. Keep in mind, Argentina is taking a province-by-province approach in its plans to roll out iGaming. After receiving the license from the regulator, it means online operators will be able to source various iGaming services and products from Play’n GO. Apart from enjoying the services and products, operators will benefit from the company’s vast expertise and knowledge in the iGaming space.
The company’s Chief Risk and Compliance Officer, Sissel Weitzhandler, said that the company is focused on complying with the laws and regulations put in place in every jurisdiction, referring to the province-by-province approach taken by the country to introduce iGaming. Weitzhandler also added that Play’n GO was more than pleased with the pace at which Argentina has moved to regulate the iGaming industry. In conclusion, the officer said that they were looking forward to entering the newly-regulated market with its partners.
Cristian Acuna, Play’n GO Head of Sales, expressed confidence in the company’s portfolio, arguing that the exciting games and innovative features offered by the developer will be attractive and relevant to players in not only Buenos Aires but also the Latin America region. Cristian said this in reference to the city’s fast pace in regulating the industry that has attracted the interest of several operators across South and Central America.
In his closing statement, Cristian added that Play’n GO boasts plenty of experience in Latin America, which will come into play as they enter the Argentinian market. He said that players in this jurisdiction will want something different from players in other countries such as Mexico, Peri, or Colombia. He also promised to work closely with the company’s partners across LatAm to offer the best entertainment to players while helping businesses reach greater heights.