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Pragmatic Play set to receive product certification in Buenos Aires city

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ragmatic Play has confirmed its plans to register with Buenos Aires City gaming regulator LOTBA as a supplier for becoming an official content provider for operators performing under this jurisdiction. The supplier is set to start the onboarding process with LOTBA looking into obtaining the endorsement to roll out its full multi-product portfolio across the regulatory jurisdiction.

This will allow the supplier to engage in commercial deals incorporating its complete slots suite, including table games and scratch cards as well as other verticals such as Live Casino and Virtual Sports. 

The Buenos Aires City authorization will follow other recent product certifications in Latin America awarded to the supplier, after global accreditation with the MGA, UKGC and ONJN among others. The provider’s latest regulatory certification comes off the back of a number of commercial deals throughout Latin America, with the continent being a key focal point for growth for Pragmatic Play.

Pragmatic Play’s VP of Latin America, Victor Arias, said: “Getting our LOTBA registration is vital for our growth in Argentina so we’re delighted to be able to offer our multi-product content to Argentinian operators, targeting the City of Buenos Aires region. As one of the most emerging and exciting igaming regions, we can’t wait to keep growing in another LatAm territory and look forward to quickly make our mark in Argentina’s capital.”

Pragmatic Play currently produces up to five new slot titles a month, while also delivering Live Casino and Bingo games as part of its multi-product portfolio, available through one single API.

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