Pragmatic Play’s Live Casino Content Is Now Approved in Argentina

Pragmatic Play recently announced getting its live casino content approved in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The casino received this approval from LOTBA (Lotería de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.)

With the development, Pragmatic Play can bring its premium portfolio of games to the region. It includes blackjack, mega wheel, speed roulette, baccarat, mega roulette, traditional roulette, ONE blackjack, and sweet bonanza Candyland.

As a leading service provider in the iGaming space, Pragmatic Play stands among the most reliable names. The latest move allows the venture to strengthen its roots in Argentina, and pragmatic Play is among a handful of iGaming providers offering legal casino services in the jurisdiction.

Despite possessing a widespread reach globally, the platform is expanding its territory in local markets. Its entry into Buenos Aires will bring high-quality gambling services and a wave of innovation to local players.

Victor Arias, Pragmatic Play’s Vice President of Latin American Operations, spoke about the recent development. According to Victor, entering the Argentinian market is huge news for Pragmatic Play, and the development bodes well with the company’s intentions of growing in the region.

Victor added that a multi-faceted value proposition had been the USP for Pragmatic Play in every region. That is why the venture managed to get approval to run its services in Buenos Aires. The development will allow Pragmatic Play to reach more players and partners in the jurisdiction.

As per the latest gaming news, currently, Pragmatic Play dishes approximately six new slot games every month. At the same time, it brings quality bingo and live casino games to players. This way, the iGaming provider keeps its proposition fresh and intuitive.

These functionalities are available via one API, making the platform accessible to every user.

David Bright

David Bright joined Times of Casino as a news writer focused on the casino industry. He holds a bachelor degree in Economics and Accounting and currently contributing in-depth news articles. David writes on the casinos, gambling legislation, poker, and much more.

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