Evolution has linked up with Codere Online to mark its debut in Panama in an agreement that will see its catalogue of games launched onto the latter’s platform.
Under the deal, Codere Online players in the country will now be able to access Evolution’s live casino and game shows, as well as its suite of slot titles via the latter’s subsidiaries – NetEnt and Red Tiger.
Salo Leder, Regional Manager for Codere Online in Latin America, noted: “We are very excited to bring players in Panama the best experience in online casino and slot games, whether that be live games that replicate the excitement of a visit to a land-based casino or innovative online slots with engaging themes and stunning graphics and gameplay.”
Following the deal, an initial selection of games has gained certification by Panama’s Gaming Control Board, a first for Evolution in the newly regulated gaming market, with further certifications expected to be added over the coming months.
The partnership also extends Evolution’s existing agreements with Codere Online for Europe and several Latin American countries including Colombia, Argentina and Mexico.
Mónica Umaña, Head of Operations LatAm at Evolution, added: “We are proud of our long and successful partnership with Codere Online in multiple jurisdictions and delighted to have Codere Online as the first operator of our games in Panama.
“The Latin American market is very important for Evolution Group and this is another major expansion of our presence in this region.”
Codere Online launched in 2014 as part of the renowned casino operator Codere Group. Codere Online offers online sports betting and online casino through its website – www.codere.pa – and mobile application.
Codere Online currently operates in its core markets of Spain, Italy, Mexico, Colombia, Panama and the City of Buenos Aires (Argentina). It also became the first gaming operator in Latin America to become publicly traded on Nasdaq under ticker CDRO on December 1, 2021.
Furthermore, the online entity is also the official betting partner of Real Madrid in Latin America, River Plate in Argentina and Monterrey Rayados in Mexico.