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EGT Interactive makes milestone move into Latin America

EGT Interactive extends its reach with Latin America step

EGT Interactive continues to thrive with its latest landmark step in the company business strategy.

In July, the operator successfully landed an agreement with zamba.co, making it one of the first igaming companies with certified video slots on the Colombian igaming market.

SiGMA iGaming EGT Interactive makes milestone move into Latin America 40 Burning Hot, video slot by EGT Interactive.

The partnership starts with a package of 20 games and will grow gradually. Players will be able to enjoy successful titles such as 40 Super Hot, 20 Super Hot, Burning Hot, Zodiac Wheel, Rise of Ra, Age of Troy, and Amazons' Battle.

Zamba.co is a joint venture between the Colombian Vicca Group and EGT Interactive partner GAMING1.

It stands as one of the first companies in Colombia to be licensed to operate online bets, both in online casino and sports betting.

EGT Interactive managing director Todor Zahariev said: “We are very proud that our company is one of the first with certified online games on that young and fast growing, but still complicated market.

“Colombia started to license in 2017 and there are currently 11 legal operators. This is the first country in Latin America to fully regulate betting on the Internet”.

Within the midst of the growing Latin American scene, the organisers behind SiGMA are bringing some of the best European suppliers in the business to Argentina to meet with operators from all over the continent. The event, Alpha Boot Camp, will be taking place in Buenos Aires from the 11th-12th September.

The Colombian market is also one of the markets in Latin America with the greatest potential for development and business opportunities.

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