Sports betting software developer to exhibit at forthcoming Peru Gaming Show

Sirplay continues expansion in Latin America

The Malta-based company encourages visitors to visit them at booth # 57 to get first-hand access to the solutions that are set to revolutionize the online gaming market in Latin America.

Peru 
| 19/05/2017

On June 21 – 22 at the Jockey Exhibition Center, the company will be introducing its white label sports betting software to the fast-growing Peruvian market.

PGS has always showcased the newest and greatest advances in the gaming industry, said Ruben Solorzano, Managing Director of Affiliated Marketing Group (AMG), Peru Gaming Show organizer. This year, in its 15th anniversary, the show is expected to exceed expectations.

PGS success has been driven by the attractiveness of the market. The online gaming sector in Peru has been regulated for several years now, with the first online casino license issued in 2008. At present, casino, lottery, bingo and horse racing are allowed and sports betting is expected to be fully regulated within a year.

Considering Peru’s dense population (30 million inhabitants), its economic growth, the fast-growing expansion of gambling and the North American influence in sports betting – with a particular interest in NFL and football in general, followed by baseball and soccer – and the soon-to-come full regulation, the Peruvian market can only continue to grow.

Building on the momentum of the Peruvian market, Sirplay decided to bring its proven white label sports betting software to the Latin American conference. The Malta-based company encourages visitors to visit them at booth # 57 to get first-hand access to the solutions that are set to revolutionize the online gaming market in Latin America.

Yogonet.com

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