Play’n GO has entered the Mexican market for the first time after agreeing to supply its full suite of games to operator Logrand Entertainment Group.
Logrand, which currently runs 14 casinos across the country, is soon to launch its new interactive division, Strendus.
The deal sees slots developer Play’n GO continue its global expansion, with the company having recently made progress in the Czech Republic, Spain and Colombia.
Johan Tornqvist, chief executive at Play’n GO, said: “Logrand is a well-established casino operator in the Mexican market, and we’re pleased to be partnering them in our first foray into the territory.
“With our experience in the LatAm region and Logrand’s casino expertise, we’re sure this partnership will be a success with players enjoying our wide range of slots and tailored content.”
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