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Microgaming plans Latin America hike after hailing Buenos Aires progress



Micro games welcomed the first progress made in the Argentine province of Buenos Aires, following the recent launch of a range of operators in the region.

The online gaming provider, which has also praised its position in the autonomous city of Buenos Aires, where gambling is separately regulated, will offer customers access to a range of casino games.

Microgaming will initially deliver a total of 49 games to both markets through its aggregation platform, including Immortal Romance, Thunderstruck II and Break Da Bank Again online slots, as well as a number of recent releases.

These will be integrated alongside a host of exclusive Microgaming content, with customers also having access to its range of partner content.

The company reports that several members of its customer network have been granted licenses to offer a range of online gambling products in the city and province of Buenos Aires, with more operators expected to come online in the next few months. next months.

In addition, Microgaming informs that it will also target other newly regulated Argentine provinces, as well as the vast region in general, as it aims to ensure further expansion after entering Colombia in 2018.

Hayley Da Silva, Head of Markets at Microgaming, said: “With safer gambling and fair play at the core, we are proud to welcome the new regulations in the city and province of Buenos Aires.

“We have closely supported our clients in the licensing process for market opening, and we are delighted to see them take off from the start! “

Last month, Microgaming agreed to sell its Quickfire distribution business and online gaming portfolio to Games Global, a privately funded company that was formed in early 2021.

Billed as a “historic sale”, the deal will see the latter acquire the international distribution rights to Microgaming’s exclusive gaming content, including progressive jackpot titles, as well as its vast customer base of more than 900 global gaming brands.

The acquisitions, which are subject to obtaining certain regulatory approvals from Games Global, are expected to be finalized in the second quarter of 2022.