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GoldenRace virtual sports games integration alliance for Tecnalis

Spanish online casino platform provider Tecnalis has announced the signing of an agreement that is destined to see its Alira innovation integrate a range of virtual sports games from Maltese developer GoldenRace.

The Madrid-headquartered firm used an official Monday press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to declare that the new alliance will ‘expand its content catalog’ by allowing its advanced platform to increase what it is able to offer iGaming operators in Spain and Latin America.

GoldenRace virtual sports games integration alliance for Tecnalis

Inaugural introduction:

Tecnalis stated that the deal is destined to bring virtual sports to its Alira platform for the first time as the advance ‘continues to consolidate its position’ as a leading platform for online casino operators in Spanish-speaking jurisdictions. It pronounced that the arrangement will moreover help GoldenRace to gain ‘the visibility it deserves’ across the iGaming markets of many nations including Colombia, Paraguay, Spain and Peru.

Prominent progression:

Alejandro Serrano Zaera, Chief Operating Officer for Tecnalis, used the press release to pronounce that the new relationship will allow his firm to take ‘a big step forward’ as the ability to offer virtual sports is ‘vital for the future.’ The executive furthermore described GoldenRace as ‘the best supplier of virtual sports in the industry’ courtesy of a portfolio the encompasses ‘highly-realistic’ harness racing, soccer and horseracing games.

Read a statement from Zaera…

“This project is very intriguing for both companies and we are sure that it will bring a lot of value to all of our partners in Spain and Latin America. Furthermore, it will increase our leadership in all Spanish-speaking markets.”

Overwhelming optimism:

For his part and Martin Wachter, Chief Executive Officer for GoldenRace, proclaimed that he is ‘very thankful’ at having been able to ink the alliance with Tecnalis and is now certain that the pair will go on to ‘achieve amazing things.’

Wachter’s statement read…

It is great to have this deal with Tecnalis and be able to offer our products to a new group of players in Latin America, where we are market leader with our virtual football, and Spain, where we strongly entered the market at the beginning of the present year and are more than happy to keep growing.”