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Spanish customers set to benefit from Betsson Group offering

Betsson Group has announced that the firm has launched its flagship brand on the Spanish market, in a move designed to strengthen its position within Southern European markets.

The firm has detailed that Spanish consumers have access to Betsson.es from February 7, stating that customers within the nation will have access to a full range of gambling products and games.

Betsson, who boast over 20 online gaming brands, including Betsson.com, Betsafe.com, Nordicbet.com and CasinoEuro, have noted that consumers in Spain will have access to “one of the largest online casinos” within the nation.

In addition to featuring a range of online gambling products, the new site is also set offer “more slot games than any other operator in the market,” with jackpots in excess of €2m also a major plus point for users.

Passionate sports fans are also catered for, with a competitive Sportsbook offering customers 4,000 sports betting channels for the greatest pre-match and live betting markets.

Andrea Rossi, Betsson Group’s Managing Director in the Southern Europe and LatAm regions, commented: “We are proud to be entering one of the most exciting and established gaming markets with Betsson.es. It was an opportunity we simply did not want to miss.

“With over 55 years in the gaming industry and an award winning team, we want to offer our Spanish customers a fantastic gaming experience with the widest choice of slot games, jackpots, and sports betting.”

Betsson, who operate over 20 brands worldwide, entered the Spanish market in 2017 after acquiring the locally-licensed online gaming operator Premier Casino.

Earlier this year, Betsson appointed BetConstruct to provide sports betting in the Spanish market, with an agreement that includes integrating Sportsbook with full access to pre-match and live betting coverage.

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