By Simon Wright Mar 9, 2022
With the regulated Latin American iGaming market becoming more and more lucrative for operators and casino game studios alike, the Malta based casino game developer Pragmatic Play have announced that they will be exhibiting at the forthcoming SAGSE LatAM Expo, which is set to be held on March 30th to the 31st at the Hilton Buenos Aires Hotel and Convention Centre.
Pragmatic Play’s Vice-president of LatAm Operations Victor Arias and part of his localised LatAm Hub team including Javier Samel, Country Director for the Argentinean market, will represent the game studio at the prestigious Latin American exhibition, which is scheduled to run from March 30th to the 31st at the Hilton Buenos Aires Hotel and Convention Centre.
Pragmatic Play is a platinum sponsor of the event and will be exhibiting at stand #171 throughout the expo. Along with this, Arias will also be speaking in both conferences and panels sharing his expertise and insight with attendees.
Pragmatic Play’s recent expansion into the Latin American market through partnerships with leading operators such as MarjoSports, Estrelabet, Facilitobet and more positions it as a market leader within the territory and its attendance and key role within SAGSE LatAm looks to build upon this.
Victor Arias, Vice President of Latin American Operations at Pragmatic Play, said: “SAGSE is a great opportunity to reconnect and expand upon our growing list of operators, products and services within the Latin American Market.”
“These in-person conferences are hugely beneficial to all those with interests within the region and our strong presence here demonstrates our significant role within the market.”
Over the past couple of years, Pragmatic Play have become renowned for the throughput of new games they release each month and in 2021 they averaged five new game title releases a month.
Latin American has also proven to be a popular growing market for the Malta based studio and no doubt the SAGSE LatAm Expo will further help them enhance their presence in the regulated territories on the South American continent.