Horacio Santoianni, Operations Director at Tower Torneos, said: “Working with the Microgaming team is a real pleasure, and the success of the Quickfire integration showed us that they were the perfect company to work with for a new and improved poker product. They have vast experience in the poker world and the flexibility we require to succeed.”
The operator has moved away from being an operator’s white label brand to becoming a stand-alone operator, specifically targeting the Latin American market. In addition to poker, the operator offers casino, live dealer and sportsbook, and will soon be launching skill games and bingo.
Through the MPN, the operator and its players have joined an award-winning network that provides a comprehensive tournament schedule, a popular live tour (the MPNPT) and a host of unique network promotions.
Jean-Luc Ferriѐre, Director of Network Games at Microgaming, added: “It’s great to welcome Tower Torneos to the MPN and be their poker provider of choice. The addition of Tower Torneos will increase our overall liquidity on the network, but also our presence in markets outside of Europe. Their team brings a wealth of industry and poker experience to the MPN and we’re excited to be working with them long into the future.”