Latin America-facing gaming operator Tower Torneos has launched its poker room on Microgaming's MPN.

The deal strengthens the relationship between the companies, with Tower Torneos having already integrated with the solutions giant's Quickfire platform for gaming content.

Originally powered by a white label solution from 888's B2B subsidiary Dragonfish, Tower Torneos is now working to establish itself as a stand-alone operator targeting the Latin American market.

Alongside its poker and casino products, it also offers live dealer games and sports betting, and will soon launch skill games and bingo.

"Working with the Microgaming team is a real pleasure, and the success of the Quickfire integration showed us that they were the perfect company to work with for a new and improved poker product," Tower Torneos operations director Horacio Santoianni said. "They have vast experience in the poker world and the flexibility we require to succeed."

Microgaming director of network games Jean-Luc Ferriѐre added: "It's great to welcome Tower Torneos to the MPN and be their poker provider of choice.

"The addition of Tower Torneos will increase our overall liquidity on the network, but also our presence in markets outside of Europe," he said. "Their team bring a wealth of industry and poker experience to the MPN and we're excited to be working with them long into the future."

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