BetWarrior bolsters igaming offering with MGA Games
Mobile gaming brand BetWarrior, established earlier this year by former PokerStars directors Morten Tonnesen and José del Pino, has added MGA Games’ content to its growing portfolio.
Striving to assemble “the leading, fully native mobile casino experience,” BetWarrior is to welcome a number of titles from the portfolio of the casino games supplier.
Jose Giacomelli, general manager at MGA Games, said of the new agreement: “MGA Games is always looking to partner with innovative new operators, and BetWarrior certainly ticks the box.
“Its product is already setting the bar for the mobile casino experience, so it was paramount that our content was part of this.
“We are thrilled our games are now live, and look forward to building a long-lasting relationship with the BetWarrior team.”
Under the terms of the contract MGA Games content, including more than 30 video-bingo titles such as Mariachis, Castle and Zeus, will now appear in BetWarrior’s fully native mobile application.
Katalin Horvath, casino product manager at BetWarrior, added: “MGA Games has long been established as one of the leading casino content creators in Spain and beyond.
“With BetWarrior already live in part of Latin America, we very quickly identified this content as a must-have to ensure we offer the absolute best to our players.
“The MGA Games team has been a pleasure to work with, and the integration into our fully native mobile app has been seamless.”
Tonnesen recently spoke to CasinoBeats after undergoing several key steps in its relatively short lifespan thus far, as the mobile first gaming entity strives to make a splash in a number of carefully identified markets.
“We are initially launching in regulated markets in Latin America and Europe,” he stated regarding BetWarrior’s initial outlook.
“Latin America is a particularly interesting region right now. Since Colombia regulated a couple of years ago, the market has been growing very impressively, and other jurisdictions, including Brazil and Buenos Aires, are making swift progress towards introducing new frameworks.
“These newly-regulating markets will be fast-growing but without the competition you see in the mature markets of western Europe. This presents a major opportunity for a young operator and platform such as ourselves to define the standard.”