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1xBet lines up ‘phenomenal’ offering for Mexico following official license approval

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Setting the stage for its wide-ranging and ambitious goals across Latin America, 1xBet has proudly received a full license from the Games & Lotteries Office of the Mexican Ministry of the Interior. As the company details ‘huge plans’ for the market and a strong focus on raising the status of the Mexican gaming industry, it’s clear 1xBet is serious about becoming the number one bookmaker in one of LatAm’s largest gaming markets…

The award winning online sports betting odds provider, 1xBet, has confirmed it will be driving a comprehensive expansion program in Mexico following approval to conduct operations in the country for the foreseeable future. The company will be focussing primarily on eSports, online and sports betting, thanks to its wide line of 70+ sports catering to all players, whilst also using its experience to drive the Mexican industry forward as a whole.

“We are proud to say that this is a very big step that demonstrates our ambitious goals in the Latin American market,” explained the 1xBet team after the license was agreed.  “We have several successful projects implemented in Latin America, but entering the Mexican market opens up even more prospects for us. This is one of the largest countries in Latin America, which is actively developing in all sectors. Getting started there is a success for any company, even the top brands.”

As one of the world’s most recognised brands in sports betting, 1xBet believes its experience gained in other markets stands them in good stead and the company claims it will utilise ‘tried and tested methods’ to ensure customer satisfaction of the highest level as well as a series of special offers for players across the country.

“It is not everyday that one enters such a large market,” said 1xBet’s team.  “Therefore we are giving particular priority to broadening our name in this emerging market whilst maintaining our brand. We can promise that in the near future you will discover a great deal about the activities of 1xBet in Mexico. But for now, we can assure future players of this – we have a lot of phenomenal things lined up for you.”

Following the approval of its Mexican gaming license, 1xBet has conducted focused R&D into which sectors take centre stage in the country’s industry. The company has highlighted it will promote a high number of offers on football and boxing – the two main sports in Mexico – as well as catering to all other players with its more than 70 sports offerings. In addition to sports betting, 1xBet will also tap into the increase in the popularity of eSports in Mexico, as well as presenting other special betting options across the region.

“Mexico is a vibrant nation of sports enthusiasts,” said 1xBet’s team. “The love of sports and victories is evident in the manner in which the public ardently supports local athletes and teams from the bottom of their hearts. Mexico is one of the centres of the emerging LatAm industry and we are pleased to start work here and support the passion of the Mexican people with our quality product. We have huge plans which were formulated after conducting a detailed examination before entering the market and we guarantee 1xBet will do everything to raise the status of Mexico in the gaming industry to an even higher level.”

1xBet has stated its first priority is to become the number one bookmaker for Mexican players and with its new license not being limited to only online activities, the company is also hard at work establishing a physical presence in the country.

“The 1xBet team adheres to its philosophy and believes that there is no universal path to success,” the team added. “Our betting company is firmly established in several dozen countries, and each experience was unique. Each market has its own specifics of work, and for us, each is an invaluable experience. Of course, we will use all our knowledge to develop the brand in Mexico, but at the same time, we will prepare something new and innovative for this region. This is the only way to win consumer loyalty and earn a positive reputation. Whether online or land-based we will be available to everyone, because our site and application are already available for Mexican users.”

Alongside Brazil, Mexico is one of the key gaming markets in Latin America in terms of revenue and serves as a barometer for the future of the industry in the region. With 1xBet’s new license, the company is keen to establish new partnerships, ambassadors and sponsorships, not just to help grow the brand’s footprint in the region, but more importantly, to raise the profile of the Mexican industry and drive the country’s market forward at this crucial time.

1xBet’s team concluded: “Mexico and Brazil are both important markets for us at this time and with our latest license we look forward to strengthening our position in Mexico as one of our main areas of focus in Latin America. Of course, when you start working in a new market, this opens up opportunities for new partnerships and sponsorships. In Mexico, there are a lot of media people, star athletes and strong teams. We are already considering sponsorship ideas with top figures in the Mexican market so stay tuned for more news coming soon!”

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Pariplay adds to localised content offering with new FBMDS deal

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Aspire Global’s Pariplay Ltd, the leading aggregator and content provider, has significantly boosted its offering across Portugal, Brazil and Spain by signing a deal to integrate localised content from innovative games developer FBM Digital Systems into its Fusion™ platform.

The digital division of long-standing global gaming brand FBM, FBMDS provides different game categories, as slots, multi-card video bingo and customised products, such as Banca Francesa in Portugal. This wide range of games will be made available to operators utilizing Pariplay’s aggregation platform, appealing to a large cross-section of player profiles across different continents.

The integration of FBMDS products into the Fusion™ platform is part of a joint growth strategy with a special focus on Portugal, Brazil and Spain, all of which are key markets for both parties. It is the latest deal struck by Pariplay to enhance its aggregated offering with localised content produced by specialist studios.

In addition, the partnership is further evidence of the speed and ease of integration into Fusion™, which is of special interest to studios that are opening up in scope and moving from land-based development to digital.

Pariplay’s aggregation platform focuses on enhancing player value by providing a suite of back-office conversion and retention tools for operators, plus access to thousands of games from the industry’s leading game developers.

Adrian Bailey, Managing Director at Pariplay, said: “Pariplay is very proud in distributing FBMDS digital content within its network. FBM is a very well-established land-based brand and Pariplay is happy to be providing the right environment to take FBMDS content to a higher level. This strategic alliance is a big win for both parties that shall consolidate their positioning within their respective markets.”

Roberto Regianini, CEO at FBM Digital Systems, said: “We are very happy with this agreement with Pariplay and the possibilities that it opens up for our growth. We believe that the FBMDS base of customised and innovative products will aggregate value to the powerful platform of Pariplay, leading to an increase in players engagement in different markets.”

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Codere to Become Real Madrid’s Official Bookmaker For Five Seasons

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Codere, S.A., a leading multinational company operating in the private gaming sector, with more than 40 years of experience in the industry, has signed an extension of its sponsorship agreement with Real Madrid C.F. (“Real Madrid”) covering five seasons, until June 2026.

With this agreement, Codere reinforces its commitment to Latin America, by expanding the geographic scope to over twenty countries in the region including Mexico, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and all of Central and South America.

The agreement covers both the core Codere Online1 markets of Argentina (City of Buenos Aires), Colombia, Mexico and Panama, and potential future expansion markets, when and if they become regulated, such as Argentina (outside of City of Buenos Aires), Brazil, Chile, Peru, Puerto Rico and Uruguay.

This alliance between Codere and Real Madrid, which started in 2016, is built upon the shared values of international leadership, fair play and excellence, and with the objective of providing our audiences with a high quality entertainment experience.

This announcement comes on the back of sponsorship deals with key football teams in the region, Rayados in Mexico and River Plate in Argentina, and represents a new step forward in the expansion of our online and sports betting business in Latin America.

Vicente Di Loreto, CEO of Codere, stated, “we are thrilled with this renewed alliance with Real Madrid, with whom we share the same values and ambition to be the best at what we do, and look forward to benefitting from the renowned Real Madrid brand.”

Four decades growing in Latin America

Codere began its activity in Latin America in the early eighties, first in Colombia, and then expanding across the region.

Today, Codere is the leading gaming hall operator in the Province of Buenos Aires (Argentina), Mexico and Uruguay, and a leading casino operator in Panama and Colombia. It also offers sports and horse race betting in Mexico, Panama, Colombia and Uruguay.

Through Codere Online, Codere also offers online casino and sports betting in Mexico, Colombia, Panama and the City of Buenos Aires (where it expects to start operating before the end of the year).

Digital growth through Codere Online

On June 22, 2021, Codere Online2, DD3 Acquisition Corp. II (Nasdaq: DDMX) and the other parties thereto, entered into a business combination agreement which, among other things, will make Codere Online the first online gaming operator in Latin America to be listed on a stock market in the United States. Codere Online, which will be majority owned and managed by Codere, intends to become the leading online gaming operator in Latin America.

For Moshe Edree, Managing Director3 of Codere Online, “the renewal of this strategic agreement with Real Madrid will play a key role in the deployment of our ambitious expansion project across Latin America. It will not only allow us to strengthen our online sports betting presence in the markets where we operate today, but also allow us to use the Real Madrid brand in other high-growth Latin American markets such as Brazil, Chile or Peru, when and if they become regulated.”

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Triple Cherry partners with Dotworkers

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The Valencian studio Triple Cherry and Dotworkers have recently signed a commercial alliance in order to strategically integrate the Spanish developer’s content in all the casinos that the platform represents, thus reaching a wider audience quickly and securely.

Dotworkers is a company specialised in providing B2B services for the iGaming industry and with more than 7 years of experience in B2C. This new relationship with Dotworkers will allow Triple Cherry to accentuate its presence in the Latin American territory.

Dotworkers will have at its disposal a diverse, unique and high quality slots catalogue thanks to Triple Cherry’s brilliant team that is committed to ofering a synergy between programming and graphic design that is second to none.

Juan Antonio Galindo, CEO of Triple Cherry, said: “We are very pleased to have established this new partnership with Dotworkers. It is worth noting that the integration process has been very fast and the communication has been very fuid, which has facilitated the work. We believe that this platform will ofer us new opportunities in the Latin American market and we hope it will be the starting point of a long relationship together. ”

Patricio Broerse, CEO of Dotworkers, said: “At Dotworkers we are pleased to be part of this new alliance with Triple Cherry. This union will open new opportunities in Latin America, expanding our Suite of Games and providing us with greater growth in the market. We are not going to waste all the options we will have, the truth is that we have high expectations with this new project and we will do everything possible to make it a success.”

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