OnAir Entertainment: Spain has always been in our plans to launch

OnAir Entertainment has taken a further step to progress ambitions of becoming “the leading provider of live casino content” after disclosing plans to debut another new studio, this time in Spain.

Suggesting that the country has “always been in our plans to launch,” the country will become the third new market available during the first quarter of next year alongside Italy and Romania.

The supplier intends to house multiple roulette tables including two Standard Roulette, one Auto Roulette, and one table for the upcoming Nexus Roulette at the facility.

Both the Standard and Nexus Roulette offerings will be broadcast by Spanish speaking game presenters, with Auto Roulette projected to be available in 18 languages.

Furthermore, the group added that this latest offering will also feature an exclusive, dedicated and localised digital branding environment that reflects the specific requirements of the Spanish market.

Mathijs Beugelink, Head of Operations at OnAir Entertainment, said: “As part of our global expansion plans, Spain has always been in our plans to launch our immersive and customised games experiences, and what better products than with our wide range of roulette tables.

“The time to make it happen is already here. We are committed to becoming the leading provider of live casino content in the industry, and this studio is another step towards achieving this goal.”

The provider, which will unveil its latest live casino tech at next week’s SBC Summit Barcelona, has launched in ten markets in as many months. 

This includes the recent launch of a suite of tailored table environments for Denmark and the Netherlands, as well as the impending launch in Romania during Q4 2022 which will be followed by the aforementioned regions next year. The spanish studio is set to open towards the close of 2023’s first quarter. 

The OnAir Entertainment network is certified in key regulated markets including the Isle of Man, the UK, Greece, Ontario, Latvia, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, and all Malta jurisdictions.