Altenar, the leading sportsbook and iGaming software provider, has further expanded its presence in Latin America following its debut with MiCasino, which will see its sportsbook supplied to the operator group for the first time.
Under the agreement, the partnership will see Altenar provide its leading services to MiCasino across Chile and Peru, with additional markets to be announced in the near future.
The first phase of the partnership, which will be focused solely on Altenar’s online sportsbook platform, will enable MiCasino’s players to enjoy Altenar’s state-of-the-art betting software, as well as its bespoke LatAm sporting markets and pricing.
Also set to include virtual sports, lottery and quinielas (the Hispanic equivalent of pool coupons for football), the deal is expected to provide MiCasino with the opportunity to greatly enhance its sports betting presence across the LatAm region.
Live across the majority of the region’s major markets, MiCasino focuses on offering a high quality and personalised online gaming experience to its players through a wide selection of games and loyalty programs.
Commenting on the deal, Stathis Souflas, Commercial Account Manager at Altenar, said: “We are thrilled that we are able to sign-up to this agreement with MiCasino. Our team has worked hard to ensure that we’ve become one of the most respected sportsbook providers on the continent, as well as receiving multiple industry awards for the commercial success we bring to our partners.
“Further expanding across key LatAm markets with MiCasino will no doubt further cement our leading position in LatAm and we look forward to announcing plenty more deals in the near future.”
Altenar’s successes have been recognised with multiple award wins in 2022, including the MiGEAs, EGR Nordics, EGR Italy, SBC Latin America and the Baltic and Scandinavian Gaming Awards.
Licensed across a total of 13 major global markets, including certifications from the UKGC and MGA, Altenar has established itself as the sportsbook provider of choice for multiple leading operators.