Spinmatic Bolsters Mexican Services With Big Bola Deal

Big Bola Casinos has bolstered its online service offering, announcing a commercial partnership with Spinmatic, an online casino content creator.

The announcement comes just days after online gaming provider Betsson signed a Big Bola agreement that will see Betsson Mexico open by the end of the year, along with casino, live casino, and a localised sportsbook.

Spinmatic expands its presence in Latin America through the Big Bola Online portal, which already has a collection of its content suite live in the country, such as Mexican-themed slots El Fuego, Mayanera Return, Da de los Muertos, and 3 Amigos.

Aid Mexican expansion

Spinmatic’s sales director, Adam Spisak, said of the partnership: “We are very happy to partner with BigBola. They have a very good net of casinos, plus the renewed online platform, and I’m sure they will help us grow in Mexico. 

“This country is one of our main focus markets. It has lots of possibilities due to its size and to the good job the authorities have done to legalise this industry.”

Big Bola Casinos, which first opened its doors in 1995 and hires 1,800 people and runs 20 casino centres throughout Mexico, has launched an online gaming site for the Mexican market in 2019. Slot machines, sports betting, bingo rooms, and live table games are also available at its locations.

Innovative and creative

Big Bola Online’s chief operations officer, Etna Rueda, added: “Spinmatic is one of the best slots developers. They really create innovative and engaging stories for players, thanks to their ongoing analysis of consumer tastes and interests. Our Big Bola Online customers are going to love their games.”

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