hat can you tell us about your experience at the 2016 FADJA?
We expected more people there and hence more traffic. In my opinion, on a scale of 1 to 5 (where 5 is the best), overall FADJA was a 2.
You showcased your white label solution with more than 1000 games available. What was the feedback from attendees?
Yes, we showcased our online gaming platform with a variety of game types and products of the industry's most popular providers. Besides GameArt slots, which are practically our in-house product, we offer slots from NetEnt, MicroGaming, BetSoft, PlayTech, live casino dealers from Evolution, Ezugi, Asia Gaming, Global Gaming Labs, and off course we have also sportsbook and poker solutions.
Most of the visitors on our stand were interested in offer – we got some potential clients to use our White Label Solution and we also got some contacts, that have their own gaming platform, but want to integrate games through our unified gaming hub to expand their current offering. Anyway, with most of attendees we were already in contact from before, so there wasn’t much direct traffic on Fadja.
"It seems as if players in Colombia are still not used to online gaming, so I believe it will take a few more years to make the online market competitive there"
What does Colombia mean for BlueOcean?
We have had presence in other South American countries for the last few years, and increased our market share there. We see Colombia as the next country we would like to enter with our product. Having a large population, Colombia has plenty of space for operators and iGaming content providers. We expect it will be an important market in the upcoming years.
How do you see the online gaming market evolving in Colombia over the next years?
I believe FADJA gaming expo is a good example of whole market – we attended last year as visitors and this year as exhibitors and we couldn’t see much progress on the size of the whole show. Most of the products on display at FADJA were physical slot machines and roulettes, so iGaming is coming in slowly. It seems as if players in Colombia are still not used to online gaming, so I believe it will take a few more years to make the online market competitive there.
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