Mutual agreement sees companies submit joint bid to operate in the Argentinian online gaming sector
Grupo Slots has announced that it has reached an agreement with Malta-based company, Gaming Innovation Group, to jointly present itself in the call for the granting of permits for Online Gaming Agencies carried out by LOTBA S.E., Government of the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The General Manager of Grupo Slots, Lic. Juan Ignacio Torres, declared: “It gives us an enormous satisfaction having reached this agreement with a company like GIG, an international company with extensive experience, and with a solid listing on the stock market, which demonstrates a high level of seriousness, solvency and excellence in the field of online gaming.
‘From our end, we also contribute 35 years of experience, innovation and knowledge of the Argentinian market of games of chance, being currently one of the few operators with online gambling exploitation. This agreement complements us and gives us a quality tool and excellence to continue growing in this market with so much potential and future ”.
Grupo Slots is an entertainment company that, since its foundation in 1985, has built an extensive and recognised career in the field of gambling in Argentina. It currently operates gambling rooms, bingo, lottery, and also the online gaming platform Jugadon, which offers various gaming options. It is also present in the world with their own hotel chain, and has gastronomic establishments of different profiles.
Gaming Innovation Group is a technology company which offers solutions, products and services throughout the entire value chain of the online gaming industry. Founded in 2012, GIG works with the vision of “opening up the online gaming industry to make it fair and fun for everyone”.
Through an ecosystem of products and services, the company connects operators, providers and users to offer the best online gaming experiences in the world. GIG operates from the Island of Malta, and is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stockholm.