Betcris, the leading gambling operator in Latin America, has been targeting Brazil as one of its primary expansion locations. The country is busy establishing protocols to embrace gambling, both retail and online, and Betcris recognizes the importance of the market for its future. The company conducted a marketing photo and video shoot in the country earlier this year, bringing in Betcris Ambassador, and international soccer star, Ronaldinho, to lend a hand.
Betcris recently announced the addition of the latest live dealer content from Evolution Gaming in a move to complete its casino product portfolio.
Leading Latin American games wagering brand Betcris has joined the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA), reinforcing the organization's monitoring and alert coverage capabilities throughout the LatAm region. The brand has been owned by TV Global Enterprises Limited since 2006 and offers online sports gambling in various countries across the globe.
With the current global pandemic resulting from the prevalence of the coronavirus, global gaming activity has come to almost a complete halt for the past couple of months.
Typically, there is the NCAA March Madness, with a lot of heavy betting activity, and the Masters, the greatest golf competition of the year.
The changes are also a great place for gamblers to find some action, especially as sports games around the world are currently stopped.
So far, 300 employees are now working remotely, connected to the company's network of computers and servers through secure virtual private networks and holding meetings via teleconferencing.
Betcris will be using the ORYX Hub platform, an application that facilitates the integration of additional gaming activity, including slot machines, live-dealer games, sportsbooks, lotteries and more.
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