Online casino games provider BGaming has expanded across the Latin American igaming market through a collaboration with Dotworkers.
Through the partnership, BGaming’s portfolio of slots will be made available to operators in the region, bringing “high-quality audiovisual effects, rich and innovative features and engaging mathematics”.
Over 100 BGaming titles will be integrated on the Dotworkers platform, including the latest release Alien Fruits.
“Our latest partnership with Dotworkers shows BGaming’s commitment to providing our popular games to new global audiences,” commented Olga Levshina, Head of Sales at BGaming.
“We have seen a huge boost in interest from Latin American players and will continue to develop engaging mechanics and tailormade slots to suit their taste.”
The collaboration with Dotworkers comes as the latest partnership BGaming has formed in Latin America, after the online casino games provider signed a deal in April with Mexican operator Betmexico.
Paulina Hovar, Latin America Business Development Manager at BGaming, recently spoke to SBC about the company’s expansion across Latin America and the regulation challenges the region presents.
CasinoBeats also spoke to BGaming’s Senior Product Manager, Nick Dzneladze, for the latest SBC Leaders magazine about crash games and their success in the igaming market.
Dzneladze explained why crash games seem to appeal to a younger audience, the impact of social features on the format and whether crash games’ success correlates with a growing desire for instant gratification.