New Online Operator In Spanish Market

NEW ONLINE OPERATOR IN SPANISH MARKET

09th July, 2012 at 09:36:35
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Online entrepreneur expands from football pools into online gambling

Suertia.es will launch into the market following the award of an online gambling licence from the Spanish General Di rectorate.

The soon to launch offering is owned by Spanish internet entrepreneur Eduardo Suertia Losilla, better known for his involvement in the football pool and online lottery businesses.

Suertia.es will operate on proprietary software and will launch into the market with an offering that will include online betting, roulette, blackjack, baccarat, poker, games, sportsbetting and football pools.

Losilla Eduardo said: " Suertia wants to do things differently and with the highest quality for the user. We know that haste is not a good ally, and we want to be prepared 100% at all levels, from technical, to the perfect customer service, being true to our values. "

"We are working to offer a truly innovative form of betting, giving a new spin on the betting. We have developed specialized proprietary software, which incorporates our extensive industry experience and the latest technologies."

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