Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) is solidifying its footprint in Latin America with the latest expansion of its partnership with the Boldt Group.
Bplay, the brand under this collaboration, has successfully launched in two additional regulated provinces in Argentina—Cordoba and Mendoza. This development marks the sixth and seventh regulated jurisdictions in the region powered by GiG's cutting-edge platform and sportsbook technology.
GiG's strategic move to launch Bplay in Cordoba and Mendoza is a testament to its robust growth in Latin America. The company has been consistently positioning itself as the preferred turnkey platform for navigating complex regulated markets in the region. The latest launches underscore GiG's commitment to providing a comprehensive and advanced iGaming solution.
As a leading player in the industry, GiG has demonstrated its capability to deliver scalable and industry-leading solutions. The partnership with the Boldt Group has paved the way for GiG to introduce secure, scalable, and user-centric features along with a groundbreaking sportsbook. These offerings are designed to maximize growth opportunities in highly competitive environments globally.
The Latin American iGaming sector is currently one of the fastest-growing globally, with revenues projected to surpass USD $3.7 billion in 2025, according to Statista. GiG, fully operational in Latin America, is gearing up to expand its presence and forge new partnerships in anticipation of the regulatory landscapes in Peru and Brazil, expected in 2024.
Andrew Cochrane, Chief Business Officer at GiG, expressed optimism about the evolving landscape in Latin America, stating, "Our ever-strengthening partnership with the Boldt Group and the continuing expansion of our relationship provides a perfect example of the strength and dexterity our platform and sportsbook technology delivers.
I'm extremely optimistic about the opportunities ahead in Latin America, as our proven capabilities in the region have us extremely well-positioned to propel growth across the continent, as regulation becomes more pronounced."