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September 23, 2021

Exclusive Interview with Diego Fernández, Regional Director for Spain and South America, Global Bet

"We expect to announce deals with some of the biggest South American operators in the next weeks"

Diego Fernández commented on next week's FADJA in Colombia, and shared his insights on Global Bet's partnership with Mediatech Solutions. "We are extremely happy that the rollout is working seamlessly and the numbers have been skyrocketing," he said.
Colombia | 04/08/2016

Diego Fernández commented on next week's FADJA in Colombia, and shared his insights on Global Bet's partnership with Mediatech Solutions. "We are extremely happy that the rollout is working seamlessly and the numbers have been skyrocketing," he said.

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hat type of products have you chosen to present at FADJA this year?

We are presenting an overall picture from our portfolio, from virtual sports to number games. Our main point this year is Virtual Basketball, our newest release. This game is the first one of a new series that we are working on, where we take the games to a whole new level of graphical quality, thanks to the use of the newest technology developments.

 

"We are working on achieving multiple licenses that will enable us to operate in multiple European regulated markets. We have heavily invested in certifications and adapting our system to the highest operating standards"

 

How is your partnership with Mediatech Solutions working so far?

The partnership is working very well, we share common points of view and objectives. We have multiple customers from Mediatech who are interested in our product and we are moving forward with this. We expect to have multiple operations running in the upcoming months.

Global Bet provides virtual sports to 1,000 planetwin365 betting shops in Italy. What has been the feedback from both operator and customers? How is the company positioned in Europe?

The feedback has been so far fantastic. We are extremely happy that the rollout is working seamlessly and the numbers have been skyrocketing. Our Virtual Football League is our most successful product, and there is high expectation from customers for Virtual Basketball which will be released to them in the following months.

We are working on achieving multiple licenses that will enable us to operate in multiple European regulated markets. We have heavily invested in certifications and adapting our system to the highest operating standards. Spain is our next big target, with multiple operators already interested and we are getting ready to offer the best Virtual Sports product for them.

Are you planning to expand in Latin America?

Of course. Latin America is an expanding market that is developing quickly. Colombia is just the first one to regulate Virtual Sports, but we know others will follow soon. It is a great challenge for us. We are working with local partners to create a solid operative structure in the continent and adapt our portfolio to the local needs.

We expect to announce deals with some of the biggest South American operators in the next weeks and are confident we will have a predominant position in the market in the next couple of years.

What will be your main focus over the next few months?

Our aim over the next months will be to consolidate our structure in Latin America, entering in the Spanish market and achieving the necessary licensing to put us at the top position of Virtual Sports providers.

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