Placing Big Bets in Latin America

Given its population of 652 million, alongside the number of high potential markets, it’s not surprising that iGaming operators are eyeing expansion in Latin America. Identity verification experts GBG have surveyed over 70 different operators, to produce a fascinating and fact-filled report, and are now teaming up with SBC Webinars to go through the data with a panel of experts, tomorrow at 3PM UK / 10AM Eastern. 

Bringing together thought leaders and legal experts from major industry operators, GBG & SBC Webinars will call on months worth of research in discussion of how iGaming firms can unlock new markets and deliver compliance, player protection and smooth player onboarding in an emerging international expansion for the industry.

Consisting of 33 countries, counting over 600m people and union territories with a combined GDP of $5.5tn. Latin America is the fastest-growing iGaming market in the world, and slots into first place established as the most enticing market for iGaming firms. 

Each country regulates online gambling differently with varying degrees of social acceptance, although the sheer size of the addressable market makes Latin America particularly appealing for iGaming firms looking for growth.

Join Martin Lycka (SVP for American Regulatory Affairs and Responsible Gambling, Entain), Mexico-based Sports, Gaming and Entertainment Lawyer Alfredo Lazcano (Lazcano Sámano, S.C), Andre Gelfi (Managing Partner, Brazil, Betsson) and Thomas Carvalhaes (Managing Director, Vai de Bob), together with GBG’s Director of Gaming Rebekah Jackson to go through the key markets, key factors and main challenges in the region. 

With a fascinating topic, and star-studded panel, this is a must-see for anyone interested in specific LatAm markets or the region in general, expansion into the region, or problems and solutions operators face and utilise in LatAm. 

You can register for free by clicking here, and entering your details. The session will be available on-demand immediately after the initial airing, for those unable to attend live.