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Gaming developer and platform group Spieldev has announced that they've re-branded themselves as Vibra Gaming as they look to expand in the Latin American and South American betting markets.
The company has been working to add in executives from fellow gaming companies such as Leander Games, and they put out a series of slots and table games to their casino partners. Also, it was announced that Ramiro Atucha will take the role of CEO at Vibra, while Marcelo Blanco will be the COO. Vibra says that they're going to be offering Brazillian bingo games, and will be launching a new white label product later this year.
Commenting on the changes Ramiro Atucha said, "I am thrilled to be leading Vibra Gaming into this new and exciting chapter for the business. Latin America is very much the sleeping giant of the online gambling industry and we see huge potential in providing operators with a localised platform and content.
"The Vibra Gaming team has the experience and local knowledge to offer the platform and games that will allow operators to provide the best possible experience to players across the region and I am looking forward to working closely with Marcelo and Fernando to make this happen."