Gaming Strategy
Featured Stories
Legal News Financial News Casino Opening and Remodeling News Gaming Industry Executives Search News Subscribe
Newsletter Signup
Stay informed with the
NEW Casino City Times newsletter!
Related Links
Search Our Archive of Gaming Articles 

Booongo partners with Dotworkers in LatAm boost

15 February 2021

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Booongo, the global online slots developer, has partnered with Latin American platform provider Dotworkers in a deal that will significantly boost its footprint in the region.

The agreement will see Booongo’s portfolio of innovative slot content, including top-performing Dragon Pearls: Hold and Win and Aztec Sun: Hold and Win, added to Dotworkers’ iGaming solution.

Under the terms of the deal, Booongo will also supply its collection of gamification tools, including tournaments and the soon to be launched enhanced jackpots, designed to further engagement and improve player retention.

Dotworkers’ iGaming solution is live with over 30 clients across Latin America and will provide Booongo with access to all these operator partners.

Booongo has committed to significant growth in Latin America in the past 12 months, with Dotworkers among a host of impressive commercial deals as the supplier looks to the continent for expansion.

Sebastian Damian, Commercial Director at Booongo, said: “We’re always looking to grow our reach in Latin America with the right partners and Dotworkers are an innovative igaming solutions provider with a similar mindset to us.

“Partnering with them will give us more opportunities than ever before in LatAm and we’re very happy to confirm this deal.”

Patricio Broerse, CEO at Dotworkers, said: “Booongo’s exciting collection of games, headlined by its Hold and Win portfolio, are continually gaining fans across the continent and we’re delighted to add its products to our offering.

“Finding cutting-edge content is key in allowing us to stand out and we’re very pleased to welcome Booongo to our partnership network.”

< Gaming News

Booongo partners with Dotworkers in LatAm boost is republished from