NeoGames S.A subsidiary Pariplay, a leading aggregator and content provider, has gained approval to supply its services in Panama, further boosting its presence in LatAm, just days after announcing its certification for the City of Buenos Aires.
Pariplay is now a registered supplier with Panama’s Gaming Control Board, enabling it to offer the Fusion® aggregation platform to locally licensed operators.
It’s diverse library of games hosted on its Fusion® platform is now available through a single integration, including 14,000 titles from over 80 leading providers. A broad variety of igaming verticals are on offer, including slots, live casino, instant win, sportsbook, virtual sports, bingo and poker.
With a combination of top-performing products and localized content, as well as a suite of player engagement tools, Pariplay’s offering is set to be of high appeal to operators in Panama.
Pariplay has quickly established itself as a trusted supplier in LatAm, and the Panama approval will see it further establish its footprint in the region, following a strong performance in Mexico and Colombia and the recent acquisition of the approval to operate in the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Adrian Bailey, Managing director at Pariplay, said: “The Latin American region is quickly growing, offering lucrative opportunities for Pariplay to introduce our products and content to new markets. We see LatAm, including Panama, as a key focus for us going forward and are certain that our top-performing slots library and ample verticals offering will resonate well with local players.”
Jorge L Morales, director for Latin America and the Caribbean at Pariplay, said: “This approval to operate in Panama is the latest in a string of regulatory green lights that have seen us significantly expand our presence in LatAm. It is an exciting time for us as we have ambitious plans for Panama, and I look forward to working together with local operators to offer our games to their customers.”
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