The company will become one of the first suppliers to gain access to this new market, offering its games to operators in the city of Buenos Aires, which has a population of nearly 17 million people.
Play’n GO has said LOTBA accreditation is a step forward for the company in Latin America, a market it has taken a keen interest in over the past few years.
The accreditation also means Play’n GO partners can tap into the Latin American market, as the deal allows operators who are partnered with Play’n GO to expand into Buenos Aires.
Sissel Weitzhandler, chief risk and compliance officer at Play’n GO said: “Our strategy remains to engage in every regulated jurisdiction with diligence and care.
“The speed at which Argentina is re-regulating is very positive and we are looking forward to supporting our partners as they enter this newly regulated and exciting marketplace.”
Cristian Acuna, head of sales in Latin America, said: “We know that the eyes of the Latin American region will be watching Buenos Aires closely, but we are confident our wide and varied portfolio of content with resonate strongly with players.”