CT Gaming Interactive Partners with Mustang Money

An exciting new deal means that CT Gaming Interactive’d slot titles will now be available through Mustang Money, a slots provider based in Mexico. This is just the most recent of deals bringing CT Gaming Interactive to the Latin American market, as the company has struck deals branching into Peru and Colombia prior to this. This deal comes after CT Gaming Interactive partnered with Mustang Money co-parent company, Logrand Entertainment, this past May.

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CT Gaming Interactive is broadening its Mexico reach with its latest partnership, now with Mustang Money. ©Mariamichelle/Pixabay

What Is Mustang Money?

Mustang Money is the brainchild of Ainsworth Mexico, BtoBet, and Logrand Entertainment Group. Founded in the summer of 2019, these leaders in Mexico’s gambling market collaborated to create a vibrant online gambling offering which went far beyond just the standard virtual slots.

Using BtoBet’s unique Neuron Gaming technology, Mustang Money offers gamers thrilling options from live table games to video poker, sports betting, bingo, and of course, online video slots. Since the launch of Mustang Money in the summer of 2019, the iGaming platform has established itself as a strong player to watch in Mexico.

Players can access the wide array of betting options available through Mustang Money on both online and mobile options. In addition to a wide array of games, Mustang Money’s website offers frequently updated coverage of upcoming sports games, as well as interesting articles about betting cultures around the world.

Mustang Money’s Previous Partnership

By May of 2020, Mustang Money had partnered with one of the biggest names in online gambling in Latin America: Salsa Technology. This deal meant Salsa Technology’s massive portfolio of more than 3,000 games became available to Mustang Money players: not bad!

CT Gaming Interactive and Logrand: Building A Strong Partnership

This most recent deal is not as much of a surprise when considering that CT Gaming Interactive and Logrand Entertainment Group, one of the co-founders of Mustang Money, announced a partnership in early May of this year. At that time, the deal included that CT Gaming Interactive’s portfolio would be available on another Logrand site, strendus.com.

Logrand Is Looking To Go Global

Strendus is exclusively owned by Logrand, and has managed to make an impressive name for itself in the world of Latin American gambling. Still, in July of this year, representatives from Logrand made it clear that the company has aspirations to grow, building robust, internationally-available online options, as Strendus is only for players in Mexico.

For that reason, it makes even more sense that Logrand and CT Gaming Interactive are entwining even further: first with Strendus, and now with Logrand’s other partially-owned online gambling company, Mustang Money. CT Gaming Interactive has partnerships all over the world, particularly many countries in Europe.

An Important Decision for a Leading Mexico Casino Operator

Most gamblers in Mexico are probably familiar with the Logrand name, given that it’s one of the best-known operators of land-based casino options in Mexico. The company has casinos dotted all through the country, from the Taj Mahal Casino in Villahermosa to the Grand León in Guanajuanto, Providens Casino in Guadalajara, and more.

As the coronavirus pandemic has continued, however, it is not surprising that Logrand would be seeking to flesh out some of its online options, creating new and promising partnerships for both Strendus and Mustang Money. Theoretically, this way the company could offset some of the pandemic-related losses incurred at its casinos during this time.

CT Gaming Interactive and Mustang Money

This new partnership between CT Gaming Interactive and Mustang Money means that CT Gaming Interactive is successfully branching still further into the Latin American market, just a few weeks after the company announced that it had received a highly coveted license to operate online gambling in Colombia.

This is also the first time that CT Gaming Interactive has partnered with the other co-founding companies of Mustang Money, which include Ainsworth and BtoBet, two companies with extensive reach in the Americas and globally. Spokespeople from Mustang Money, Ainsworth, and CT Gaming spoke very highly about this latest accomplishment.

The new games available to players of Mustang Money in Mexico will include beloved titles like Fruit Feast, Lord of Luck, Darkwoods, Forest Wedding, 40 Brilliants, Cherry Crown, Gothic Queen Returns, and Mysterious Drakkar. CT Gaming Interactive also has a couple of exciting titles coming soon for players to keep an eye out for, including Piece of Treasure and Money Pipe.

CT Gaming: Playing to Win in Latin America

Over the last year alone, CT Gaming Interactive has struck a tremendous number of deals with various sports betting companies throughout Latin America, making it one of the leading companies to watch leading the region’s market. In 2019, CT Gaming Interactive struck partnerships with two Peru-based companies, Inkabet and Apuesta Total.

Following CT Gaming Interactive’s partnership with Logrand in May 2020, the company then locked down a license to operate in Colombia, announced in mid-August of this year. By early September, it was still not yet known exactly which of CT Gaming Interactive’s offerings would be made available to Colombian gamblers.

Those who have been watching the developments of Latin America’s casino market could see CT Gaming’s moves into the region as instructive. It’s notable that the company has not, as yet, approached Brazil and Argentina, two of the continent’s largest economies. This is likely because of laws currently in flux about gambling in those countries.

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