Several New Expansions In The iGaming Industry

Kosta Kostadinov | Published 31 Mar 2022, 9:15 a.m.

As many of you probably know already, the iGaming world is a rather dynamic and incredibly competitive industry. New names are constantly being introduced, which is why partnerships between companies have become almost an everyday thing.

Last month, we informed you that Stakelogic strengthened its position in the Dutch market, by partnering with a Dutch platform. This is usually the way that providers expand and solidify their presence in different markets. Now, it seems like there are a few more major partnerships as well as expansions taking place.

Pariplay solidifies its position in Mexico

Pariplay is a company based in Gibraltar, but it also has offices in other countries around the world and its games studio was recently rebranded into Wizard Games. However, it seems that the company has now expanded even to the Mexican market.

The latest revelation from the company is that it entered into a partnership with Wiztech thanks to its Fusion programme. Wiztech’s operator brand is called Winpot, which means that its customers will now have access to a much wider selection of games. 

Pariplay is also an aggregator, which means that it also offers games from other big names in the industry. In other words, Mexican customers will now have access to over 12,000 different games from 70 different providers.

According to the company, Pariplay finds the Latin American market to be incredibly fascinating and full of possibilities Because of this, the company has seen significant growth and success in that region.

Andrew Maclean, Pariplay’s VP of Sales, has stated, “ Our Fusion platform offers an unparalleled collection of leading slots, engagement solutions, and products, and we’re delighted to roll it out across Wizetch’s Winpot brand. Latin America is one of iGaming’s most exciting regions and we’ve made sure we focus on maximising our potential in the region”.

A statement was also released from Wiztech’s Managing Director, Yoni Sidi. According to him, “Being able to offer thousands of hugely recognisable games through a single integration is a real benefit for us as a business, and this partnership makes perfect sense for us. Great content will always attract customers and this deal will allow us to hit our goals as a business.” 

Play N Go acquires Gibraltar license

In similar news, Play N Go is also expanding, although not because of a partnership. The company managed to secure a B2B remote gambling supplier licence from the Gibraltar authorities. This means that many of the popular and successful video slots that Play N Go has created will also be available to the Gibraltar market. The license will take effect from the 1st of April.

The company also acquired a licence to operate in Ontario only a few weeks ago. This is also very exciting, as the Ontario iGaming market is new and is planned to launch on April 4. 

Following closely after securing our supplier licence for Ontario last month, it’s exciting to now be able to add a Gibraltarian licence to the breadth of our offering. Play’n Go’s ability to work with operators across jurisdictions in regulated markets all around the world is unrivaled, especially with the addition of a Gibraltarian licence.” says Magnus Olsson, chief commercial officer for Play’n Go.



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