´edict eGaming aims to expand in Latin America´
(Lima, SoloAzar Exclusive).- Klaus Hönninger, Sales Manager for Europe and Latin America at edict eGaming GmbH., talked to SoloAzar within the firm's participation at Peru Gaming Show. "We have made contact with companies that are offering platforms and aggregator services in Latin America," Hönninger said.
edict eGaming GmbH. is part of the Gauselmann Group. They are providers of the famous Merkur slots, with more than 140 certified games for Latin America, specifically for legalized markets like Colombia.
How have you seen the show?
Several companies that are very important to our business came to the show. Most of them are from the online world, so it was relevant for us to be here as visitors to do business. We have made contact with several companies that are offering aggregator platforms and services in Latin America.
What prospects do you see in the Peruvian market regarding the imminent legalization of online gambling?
Due to the change of government, I don't think a law will come out very quickly, but if legislation came out, we would be the first to try to cover the entire market as quickly as possible, as we are doing in all legalized markets. The Peruvian online gambling market has a lot of potential. Operators that are currently active in Peru told me that the movement and traffic on the platforms is currently quite high. I think it is because many of the casinos have closed or those that are open have many limitations, so people prefer to stay at home and play online, rather than go out and have to put on the mask everywhere.
What goals does the firm have for the beginning of next year?
The company wants to expand further in Latin America, and therefore, we are coming to all the events in the region. We hope that next year will be better and that we will be able to travel freely everywhere, to be able to be present in all the events that take place in Latin America: in Colombia, Peru, Argentina, Mexico, either as participants or as visitors. The idea is to be present because the Latin American client likes to know their suppliers personally, and is more familiar.