Pariplay proudly announced that they have granted registration for Buenos Aires City.
The city of Buenos Aires has just given Pariplay approval to be a registered supplier.
The grant of registration to the NeoGames subsidiary is a major milestone for them, as it will allow access into “Argentina’s most dynamic city within online sector.”
The company is excited about its new partnership in Buenos Aires, where it will be able to provide operators with access not only the localised content but also international gambling brands.
In addition this market has strong traditions for gaming which make it an even more attractive place among players both domestically and internationally.
The Autonomous City of Buenos Aires has a rich heritage in the industry and it is very satisfying for us to have gained our first supplier license here.
In an attempt to serve the needs of gamers throughout Latin America, Next Games has announced that they will be expanding their reach into this region with a specific focus on operations in Mexico City. With so many great opportunities available for players across these countries it’s no wonder why video game development is becoming increasingly popular among developers and enthusiasts alike!
The company has been expanding its reach across Latin America, and now they are approved for operations in the City of Buenos Aires.
The online gambling industry in Buenos Aires is thriving. Director for Latin America and the Caribbean Jorge L Morales told us that this city has one of most dynamic sectors within all of his region’s countries when it comes to playing games on-line!
“This is a proud moment for us in the region as we continue to grow and expand. It will be an honor working with local companies, helping them succeed by becoming part of this new regulated market.”
XLMedia has just published their trading update, which outlines that they’re expecting revenue of $44.5 million for H1 and other performance predictions! The company is expecting an impressive revenue increase of 38% and even more remarkable
The ASA has deemed Paddy Power’s ad “misleading.” The advertising body found that the betting site had not made it clear enough how much money could be won and also ignored their own advice by using an unrealistic return rate of less
Bet365 has been handed down a reprimand from Denmark’s gambling regulator for breaches in customer due diligence. The Danish Gambling Authority has accused bet365 of failing to conduct adequate checks on a young player who deposited “about