Canadian online casino, sportsbook and lottery operator Kings Entertainment Group Incorporated has announced the signing of a deal with Balesia Tower Telecom SL that is to see its domain made available to mobile aficionados across Mexico.

The Vancouver-headquartered firm used an official press release to detail that the new arrangement will allow the up to six million Mexicans who utilize the telecommunications giant’s mobile services to enjoy the online casino and lottery entertainment offered by its own site.

Increased intention:

Established in 2005, Kings Entertainment Group Incorporated is also responsible for the online lottery domain at and pronounced that the new alliance with Balesia Tower Telecom SL could eventually see its site rolled out to mobile punters ‘in other Latin American countries’ including Peru, Argentina and Ecuador. The firm recently launched onto the Canadian Securities Exchange declared that the fresh agreement will moreover allow all of these to enjoy the ‘unparalleled gaming excitement’ supplied by its ‘global lottery and iGaming platform.’

Looming launch:

Steve Budin serves as the Chief Executive Officer for Kings Entertainment Group Incorporated and he used the press release to proclaim that his company now intends to debut its domain for punters across Mexico early next month in advance of ramping up its relationship with Balesia Tower Telecom SL to ‘expand across Latin American by the end of the year.’

A statement from Budin read…

“Cell phones are increasingly the dominant platform for entertainment and iGaming. We were seeking a marketing partner that could provide instant access to a significant base of users within our most profitable market and Balesia Tower Telecom SL fits the bill perfectly.”

Reciprocal relationship:

For his part and the Chief Executive Officer for Balesia Tower Telecom SL, George Alvarez, used the press release to assert that his enterprise was established in 2001 and is currently ‘positioned to become one of the largest owners of telecommunications tower real estate in selected Latin American countries’ while simultaneously hoping to expand into the United States. The boss additionally contended that his company is looking to premiere in excess of 2,000 sites over the course of the next two years to further cement its reputation as ‘a leading independent owner and operator of telecommunication towers.’

Read a statement from Alvarez…

“In a world where telecommunications technology and entertainment are merging and morphing into one experience, we see as the ideal platform to offer our users a complete gaming experience that is safe, fair, affordable and fun. Our user bases are very complementary and we see significant potential to expand this even further.”