Buenos Aires City and Province

Pragmatic Play extends LatAm presence via partnership with Betwarrior in Argentina

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Content provider to the iGaming industry Pragmatic Play has taken its slots and table game portfolios live with BetWarrior, a betting operator live in the Argentine capital Buenos Aires City as well as in the Buenos Aires Province.

According to a press release, the agreement follows the authorization of the provider by LOTBA, the Regulatory Entity of the city of Buenos Aires, and the approval received by the Lottery of the Province of Buenos Aires, both at the end of 2021.

BetWarrior customers in the two key jurisdictions of Argentina now have access to Pragmatic Play's titles, including Sweet Bonanza, Wolf Gold, and Big Bass Bonanza, as well as the John Hunter series, following a smooth integration period.

Victor Arias, Vice President of Latin American Operations at Pragmatic Play.

Victor Arias, Vice President of Latin American Operations at Pragmatic Play, said: "BetWarrior is an up-and-coming brand in LatAm and one which we have been keen to collaborate with. Going live on their platform in Buenos Aires City and Buenos Aires Province is a great result and ensures our content is given exactly the right kind of exposure there. The market is thriving in the region and these are the kind of deals we need to be striking to maintain our momentum."

Leandro Rivas, General Manager at BetWarrior Argentina, added: "We make a point of partnering with companies who offer top quality content and Pragmatic Play provides us with the diverse and premium entertainment our players demand. The partnership is of great benefit to both parties, and we can't wait to see how Pragmatic Play games will be received by our customers."

Present in 11 other countries in the region, BetWarrior is an online sports betting and casino platform backed by DAGMA and INVERCLUB, the two Argentine groups that operate the Palermo Racetrack and the Buenos Aires Casino.

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