R. Franco Digital signs deal with Corredor Empresarial S.A
Spanish gaming supplier R. Franco Digital has struck a deal to provide its omni-channel sports betting and gaming platform with Colombian operator Corredor Empresarial S.A.
Under the agreement, the pair will roll out the omni-channel platform together with a wide-ranging portfolio of betting markets and online casino games.
The deal will place the supplier in a leading position to grow the market over the next few years.
Corredor Empresarial S.A. has gained more than 25,000 points of sale in Colombia, along with 75,000 terminals throughout the country, with a varied portfolio of products and services.
Alejandro Casanova, head of digital at the Recreativos Franco Group, said: “This agreement underlines R. Franco Digital’s position as a reference point in the provision of technology, content and operational solutions for operators, and our ability to offer a comprehensive and perfectly adapted solution to the specific needs of each client.
“The fact that Corredor Empresarial S.A. and R. Franco Digital have joined forces gives us great pride, and is proof of the quality of the products and services offered by our company.
"The strategy of our digital division is to partner with top tier allies who have the potential to become leading operators in every national market.”
Diana Margarita Otálora Taylor, general manager at Corredor Empresarial S.A, said: “Our potential clients highly appreciate the innovation, personalisation, portability, real-time operations and sociability provided by R. Franco.
“In Colombia, the increasing use of the Internet over the last 10 years, as well as the outstanding performance of our sportsmen and women on the international stage, make this a product very much in demand.
“The fantastic experience offered by R. Franco in the digital area, allied to Corredor Empresarial S.A. online and real-time distribution network, allow us to consolidate our position within the market, retain satisfied users and generate a stronger contribution to Colombia as a whole.”