BetGames.TV and Logrand Entertainment Sign Agreement

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Game developer BetGames.TV announced that they've signed a content deal with Logrand Entertainment Group and will be providing their whole game library to the latter's Strendus brand moving forward.

The agreement will see live dealer games like baccarat, Wheel of Fortune, and 6+ Poker being supplied, as will War of Bets and the popular Lucky brand of lottery games. Strendus is based out of Mexico, where it has a large client base that's growing as more of the populace gets access to high speed internet.

BetGames.TV holds gaming licenses in the UK, Malta, Italy, and South Africa, and they provide their live dealer games on a global level. While they're not at a level of a group like Evolution Gaming, they're certainly on the uptick and we're excited to see the games they'll be putting out in the future.

"We're thrilled to be partnering with Logrand Entertainment Group and making further inroads into the vibrant Latin American market," said BetGames.TV's Eddie Morales. "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."

Logrand's Director of Casino Operations Lenin Castillo also commented, noting: "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."

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Therese Williams
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