Condor Gaming Adds Betsoft Content for Gambeta10

Betsoft Gaming has reached a new content partnership with Gambeta10, the latest dedicated online casino brand by the Condor Gaming Group. Thanks to this alliance, Betsoft will end up featuring its dedicated portfolio of games which will be added to the Gambeta10’s website and iGaming platform, and focus on further expansion in the Latin American market.

Betsoft Deepens Presence in LatAm Market

Betsoft is already present in the region, too, as it has struck relevant partnerships for Spanish-speaking territories and has a presence in both Colombia and Spain back in Europe. The developer has worked hard to ensure that its products are properly translated and localized for the needs of Latin American markets, though.

Gambeta10 definitely stands to benefit as it too is focusing heavily on the region and will be able to launch Gemini Joker and Take the Bank, among many others, with relevant audiences. Commenting on the partnership, Betsoft head of account management Anna Mackney said:

Betsoft has been buil ufa365 ding its presence in LatAm for several years now and we are delighted to reinforce our commitment to the market with an innovative casino brand like Gambeta10. We are looking forward to delivering a great gaming experience together.

Betsoft head of account management Anna Mackney

Condor Gaming is also excited to be adding this supplier to its portfolio. Speaking on the occasion, Condor Gaming LatAm regional manager Luis Jimenez argued that great content is the biggest drive of traffic for the group’s brands.

And as experiential gaming is part of our brand promise, we are delighted to be partnering with an industry leader like Betsoft. We are looking forward to a great relationship going forward.

Condor Gaming LatAm regional manager Luis Jimenez

Condor Gaming presently has seven dedicated casino brands that operate in different jurisdictions. These brands are licensed under a Malta Gaming Authority license giving them a significant breadth of operation and they target Spanish as well as English-speaking markets.

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