Sirplay seeks to open office in Argentina

ArgentinaFollowing the securing of its first South American online gambling provisions supplier agreement with Argentine gambling operator Grupo Slots, industry platform provider Sirplay has detailed that it will look to open offices in Argentina.

Updating stakeholders Sirplay leadership informed that it was reviewing its options with regards to growing its presence and services for the South American gambling sector.

The Malta-based firm further stated that a strategic South Amercian support office would be needed in order to meet the unique client demands of top tier South American operators.

A strategic regional office would help the platform provider with delivery, integration and development of its tailored betting and igaming provisions.

Commenting on company progress within South American gaming, Bart Esposito CEO of Sirplay stated;

“Ensure a physical presence in Argentina through the opening of an office in its territory is a strategically important step for Sirplay, especially in light of the recent agreements. “

“In fact, these open the prospect of an incisive participation of our company in the Argentinian market, and here came the decision to anchor the presence of Sirplay in an even more effective way”. The new office, which will be opened in the next year, will also be the seat of teams dedicated to Technical Support and Customer Care in particular, finding in the physical presence on the territory an important opportunity to improve the efficiency and quality of services provided to our clients. “

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