BetGames.TV Strikes Major Content Deal With Logrand Entertainment

BetGames. TV, a live dealer betting games provider, has struck what it lauds as a “big business deal” with Logrand Entertainment Group, which sees its entire gaming suite go live with Mexico’s flagship brand Strendus.

Live games such as Wheel of Fortune, Baccarat and BetGames. TV’s take on Texas Hold’em poker, 6 + Poker, are being made available on Strendus and its affiliate brand Mustangmoney in partnership.

Lenin Castillo, Logrand Entertainment Group on-line operations chief, said: “Logrand Entertainment Group is one of the most innovative companies in the entertainment industry and a force to be reckoned with in the Mexican gaming sector.

“We are confident that by having a strategic partner such as Betgames.TV, our Strendus platform will reinforce its leadership by offering international content that exceeds the expectations of our users.”

This new collaboration expands the presence of BetGames. TV in the “thriving” controlled markets of the region, with several agreements inked in recent weeks and months, along with firms such as Jazz Gaming Solutions and Peruvian operator Apuesta Total, expanding their footprint.

Eddie Morales, BetGames. TV’s sales director for LatAm, added: “We’re thrilled to be partnering with Logrand Entertainment Group and making further inroads into the vibrant Latin American market.

“Strendus is the most secure online entertainment platform in Mexico and our award-winning selection of cutting-edge live dealer betting games will be a great addition to this dynamic online gaming brand.”

When it came to land based casinos, and live sporting events, the global pandemic hit the pause button. Yet players have turned their attention to live dealer games that mimic the ‘excitement of in-play action and the interactive aspect of human interaction’ according to Aiste Garneviciene, COO at BetGames. TV.

Last month, Garneviciene talked to CasinoBeats about shifts in market demand over the entire lockout era for live dealer games, and the need for synergistic alliances while looking at long-term agreements signed over the past few months.