Playing.io has stated it sees “potential” in the Brazilian igaming market as the company launches its fully localised platform offering to players in the country.
The company’s proprietary platform has been developed specifically for Brazil by experts in the fields of blockchain and igaming at tech hubs in the Isle of Man and Malta.
Licensed in Curacao, the website allows players “to build their own games and communities within Playing.io” with a scoring system “ranging from access to VIP events to in-game credits and payments in many currencies”.
CEO Richard Hogg commented: “Our experience and product allow us to develop our own high-quality games in a suitably short timescale. We have already developed over 20 games in-house and plan to add more, releasing them every month.
“Meanwhile, we work with more than 100 of the leading providers worldwide, delivering all traditional and expected games to Playing.io. With a proven platform, we can support tens of thousands of concurrent players and millions of daily active players to enjoy all these games.”
Alongside serving players in Portuguese, Playing.io has an integrated system for “monitoring payments, shielding its players from possible fraud and risks, as well as protecting their access and data through encryption”.
Hogg added: “We see a lot of potential in the Brazilian market. Brazil has emerged as one of the most exciting markets for leading companies in the igaming industry.
“We believe Playing.io can stand out as the best online gaming and betting platform in Brazil with our unmatched technologies, designs and highly localised services.”