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Dench announces Latvian entry with Klondaika

Dench eGaming Solutions, the turnkey gaming platform with an iGaming focus, has announced its entry onto the regulated Latvian online gaming market.

Going live with Klondaika.lv in April of this year, Dench are set to supply the firm with its Core gaming platform, and the fully automated marketing instrument Giselle.

The deal is set to see Klondaika promote its products, in addition to extending its brand presence, online,  while keeping the same marketing approach and bespoke user experience.

Dench’s Chief Executive Dobromir Mitev commented: “This agreement is strategically important as it represents a validation of Dench‘s commitment to keeping its focus on regulated gaming markets, and supports the investments we are making in our infrastructure to become multi-market compliant platform provider.’

“Through this agreement, Dench is expanding its geographical reach to Latvia and we are doing so with one of the oldest players in the Latvian gambling industry, Klondaika.”

Krisjanis Kravis, Klondaika Online Director, added: “We are happy that we decided to cooperate with Dench. In the research process, we evaluated Dench and their automated retention instrument Giselle as the best choice to re-create our brand digitally.

“We consider that through our local knowledge in a combination with their innovative technology will be reinventing the way players interact with our brand.

“Although the Latvian market gets more competitive every year, entering last on the scene might turn to be good opportunity to prove we could be soon on the front rows,” Kravis explained. “We are looking forward to the launch as I believe we have made a sure bet with Dench’s suite of products .”

The brand of Klondaika is also known as Furors, the land based casino operator established in 1993.

The group is operating 29 Slot rooms with a total number of approximately 700 slots across Latvia, in addition to the full-size casino in the capital city of Riga.

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