Gaming solutions company CG Technology, has agreed to supply is sportsbook system to the eight casinos of Mexican entertainment and gaming operator Logrand Group.
This marks the first time CG Technology, formerly known as Cantor Gaming, have made a licensing deal in Latin America.
Under the deal, Logrand Group will also be able to utilize the technology in additional locations as its business expands.
The CG Technology system includes sports wagering, back end account management, mobile casino and wallet functions.
Under the deal, the Logrand Group will also be able to utilize the technology in additional locations as its business expands in the future.
“Working with CG Technology, we are well placed to respond to recent changes in gaming regulation that require account-based sports wagering, an area CG Technology is reputed in,” Logrand Group’s Julian Symaniw said.
“In addition, we chose CG Technology to heighten our customer experience, by offering mobile sports wagering for the first time.”
Lee Amaitis, president and chief executive officer of CG Technology, added: “We are pleased to partner with a major gaming presence in Mexico and help them navigate the recent changes in the regulatory landscape and the enforcement of account-based wagering, an area we have deep expertise in.”
“This represents our first deal in Latin America, a region we have long seen inherent value in and it underscores our dedication to international expansion as we continue to broaden the reach of our world-class technological platform,’’ he added.
Online sportsbooks in Mexico look to gain more popularity as the deal opens up more options.