BetGames.TV boosts LatAm reach with Jazz Gaming Solutions

BetGames.TV, the leading live dealer betting games supplier, has continued to expand its LatAm presence in a deal with Jazz Gaming Solutions (JazzGS).

Under the agreement, JazzGS’ players across LatAm territories, including Argentina, Mexico and Peru, will be able to enjoy BetGames.TV’s highly engaging catalogue via a direct integration with the award-winning supplier.

Popular games such as Wheel of Fortune, and its innovative twist on Texas Hold’em poker, 6+ Poker are already live via the operator’s leading site, with the rollout of BetGames.TV’s catalogue with JazzGS’s 70+ brands expected across the coming months.

With bet counts for its products more than tripling across LatAm this year, Eddie Morales, LatAm Sales Director at BetGames.TV, sees the latest deal as testament to the supplier’s growing leadership in the region. He added:

“We are delighted to partner with Jazz Gaming Solutions, a prominent operator group with more than three decades of experience across the Americas.

“Our products have proven to be a key revenue booster for LatAm operators this year, with their ease-of-use and familiarity for newly migrated land-based players proving to be a strong revenue driver. We have no doubt that our catalogue will prove to be hugely popular with JazzGS’ players.”

Eddye Guevara, CEO at Jazz Gaming Solutions said: “One of our key pillars at Jazz Gaming Solutions is our constant dedication to supplying the best content for our clients and partners – so it made perfect sense to team up with BetGames.TV.

“We are thrilled to have the company on board and can’t wait to introduce its premium selection of live betting games to players across our entire network. We’re sure they will be an instant hit.”

BetGames.TV’s products can be integrated seamlessly and deliver a uniquely immersive betting experience, as well as ease-of-use and high bet-rates.


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