Spearhead Studios has now officially entered the Colombian market. The company has announced the completion of the certification process under the laws and regulations of Colombia.

The entire portfolio of the game of Spearhead Studios will now be available in Colombia. The list would include glittery names such as Wilds of Wall Street, Popstar and Lara Jones is Cleopatra.

Spearhead Studios is still a very young company and has only founded in November 2019. The company has already made its name in user experience and game designing. The games of Spearhead are now officially available in Malta, Sweden, Spain, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, and Colombia.

Mathias Larsson, Managing Director of Spearhead said that taking the games to the Colombian market is an achievement for the entire team. He further commented that they are investing time, resources, and zest into the games, hence they want to expand into more jurisdiction and find the best distribution channels. Commenting on the seven months of the journey, he said that he is proud of the achievement and expect a long road ahead of them.

The company has 13 games released so far. They have released the Book of Gates for the German operator Wunderino’s players. Spearhead also launched the Slider games. The slider games ensured increased casino revenue of at least 20% for the operators. This was not so time-consuming development as well.

The company is waiting to release many more games. There are currently seven games waiting to be released by the end of July. The games are Dark Joker, Royal Crown, Black Jack, Super 7 Deluxe, and Giant Panda. The company has also released its recent slot Mega Nova.

During the pandemic during when Spearhead basically started growing signed many deals in the iGaming industry. It has signed a deal with Microgaming to launch its casino content in different markets. They have a strategic content partnership with United Remote as well.

Source: https://lcb.org/news/spearhead-studios-enters-the-online-gambling-market-of-colombia

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