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ASPIRE GLOBAL’S BTOBET SIGNS PLATFORM AND SPORTSBOOK DEAL WITH WILLIAM HILL IN COLOMBIA

Zoltan Tundik

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Aspire Global’s BtoBet has further expanded its position in Latin America through a partnership with William Hill in Colombia. BtoBet will provide the platform (PAM) and sportsbook to William Hill, one of the world’s leading sports betting and gaming operators.

The agreement is a long-term deal and further strengthens Aspire Global’s leading position in Latin America and specifically in Colombia. Aspire Global’s BtoBet will provide its platform and cutting-edge sportsbook solution.

BtoBet was acquired by Aspire Global in September and has established itself as the leading sportsbook provider in the country after the regulation of the Colombian market in 2016. By bolstering its presence in Colombia, Aspire Global and BtoBet have demonstrated its commitment to extending their footprint across global regulated markets.

Ulrik Bengtsson, CEO of William Hill, said: “We are thrilled by this partnership and the opportunity to provide players in Colombia with a superior gaming experience. We always look for the best localised solutions and BtoBet are well placed in the Colombian betting market.”

Tsachi Maimon, CEO of Aspire Global, said: “This agreement demonstrates the strength of our offering and services and paves the way for us to further expand into regulated markets across the world. The deal is proof of our ability to attract tier 1 operators and that we are in the position to compete for any deal, anywhere. Aspire Global is a true powerhouse for iGaming operators and the deal is another step in our aim to become the world’s leading iGaming supplier.”

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EveryMatrix appoints Staffan Cnattingius as Latin America commercial lead

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iGaming supplier EveryMatrix announces the appointment of Staffan Cnattingius as its new Director of Business Development for Latin America markets. The iGaming veteran will oversee the company’s expansion in Latin America and manage the commercial efforts as a part of the Global Sales team.

Having spent over two decades in the gambling industry serving in managerial roles in both online and land-based casino operations, Staffan Cnattingius is an expert in the Latin American gambling world. The new Director of Business Development joins EveryMatrix after successful tenures at Play’n GO, Copacabana Gaming, and QTech, among others.

With broad experience servicing European Tier-1 operators, EveryMatrix is a B2B provider offering an in-house proprietary turnkey platform, including casino, sports, affiliate management and payments solution. The organisation is set to strengthen its market position in Latin America and also in the United States in the upcoming years. Recently, the company opened its first U.S. commercial hub in Miami, Florida, which plays a pivotal role in growing its footprint in the region.

Erik Nyman, President Americas at EveryMatrix, comments: “I am excited to have Staffan joining our Americas team. He comes with unique experience, in-depth product knowledge, relationships and not least an impressive track record of success in Latin America. His professional experience will enable EveryMatrix’s goal of becoming the leading turnkey provider in the region. Staffan is the right man for the job, and I wish him welcome aboard.”

Staffan Cnattingius, Director of Business Development for Latin America at EveryMatrix, adds: “I’m delighted to be joining EveryMatrix during such an exciting phase of growth in regions I know so well. The company has a remarkable content suite and great coverage in both casino and sports, all delivered via a stellar platform built on amazing technology. But more importantly, EveryMatrix has a fantastic team and great organisational culture, which I’m looking forward to being a part of.”

 

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Kalamba Games enters Spain and Latin America with Emara Play

George Miller

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Kalamba Games titles will soon be live in Spain and LatAm via the Emara Play platform, in a partnership that marks the supplier’s entry into those markets.

Through an integration of Bullseye, Kalamba’s Remote Gaming Server (RGS), Emara Play’s operator partners will soon have access to the supplier’s growing portfolio of slot titles, which come with signature features to increase acquisition, engagement, retention and monetisation.

Kalamba brings some of the most advanced gameplay mechanics and compelling themes available in the market to a wide range of demographics across a vast array of operators worldwide. Top-performing titles include Blazing Bull, Ducks Till Dawn and the Joker games series.

Emara Play has developed a totally new concept in the gaming aggregation sector, making it easier for operators and suppliers to reach maximum user satisfaction. Emara Play’s aggregation platform supplies its extensive operator network with over 400 online casino games and player engagement tools from leading suppliers in the sector.

Tamas Kusztos, Head of Sales and Account Management of Kalamba, said: “Emara Play is one of the most dynamic companies working in Spain and LatAm today and we’re really pleased about giving local players the chance to play our games. This move further emphasises our commitment to regulated markets and significantly enhances the reach of our content.”

Daniel Rubio, CEO of Emara Play, said: “Working with Kalamba means we can now offer some of the most innovative and engaging slot games on the market to our players.

“The Kalamba team understands and meets the needs of a wide range of player demographics and is always striving to be at the forefront of slot design. We’re always really happy to work with a content provider like that and naturally we’re excited at what the future holds.”

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Booongo inks Emara Play aggregation deal

George Miller

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Booongo, the global online slots provider, is set to further grow its presence in Latin America after partnering with aggregation platform provider Emara Play.

Booongo titles, including the popular Sun of Egypt 2, recent hit Super Rich God and Aztec Sun will be made available across Emara Play’s operator network through its aggregation platform.

The agreement further expands the slot developer’s footprint in Latin America, following a considerable period of growth in the continent, partnering with numerous leading operators in the region.

All Booongo’s latest games are designed with its upgraded UI/UX, for a smooth, immersive and mobile-optimised gameplay.

Emara Play’s aggregation platform offers its operator partners over 400 online casino games and player engagement tools from premium suppliers via a quick and easy integration. The provider operates in a number of regulated markets including LatAm and Spain.

Sebastian Damian, Commercial Director at Booongo, said: “We continue to focus our commercial growth on important markets, and Latin America is clearly a major part of our strategy.

“We’re delighted to add another partner in the continent and look forward to enjoying a strong partnership moving forward.”

Alberto Ruiz-Ocaña, Head of Sales at Emara Play, said: “We’re very pleased to add Booongo’s popular games offering to our aggregation platform.

“With top-performing content and innovative Hold and Win games, we couldn’t be happier to sign this deal.”

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