Gambling company enters the markets of Latin America

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US company Lottery(dot)com, which operates an online lottery platform, is buying two operators to expand its operations. The lottery companies JuegaLotto and Aganar are acquired, which have licenses from Mexico and Latin America for lottery draws, betting and online casinos. This is stated in the message on the investor’s website. Lottery(dot)com, citing expert opinion, estimates the Latin American lottery market at $9.8 billion. The countries where Aganar and JuegaLotto are eligible to operate are home to 652 million people, including gamblers and potential gamblers, according to Lottery(dot)com. Mexico is one of Latin America’s most important markets, said JuegaLotto, who described the acquisition of their company as very beneficial for Lottery(dot)com. As My Lucky Story reported, casino and betting operator Bally is buying developer Gamessys Group for $2.74 billion. Earlier it became known that Synergy Sports is being acquired by data industry giant Sportradar. Let us also recall the Gauselmann Group deal – the purchase of the developer of online gambling platforms Bede Gaming.

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