Exclusive Ramiro Atucha reveals that Vibra Gaming awaits regulation to intensify its operations in Brazil

Sports betting, iGaming and lottery companies from Brazil and abroad managed to meet again in person on December 1st and 2nd this year in São Paulo. The largest city in the country hosted the first Brazilian iGaming Summit (BiS) – The iGaming Intelligence Made in Brazil.

After almost two years with social restrictions due to the pandemic, the industry was reunited in the biggest betting event ever held in the national territory. With a robust schedule, consisting of seminars, lectures and exhibitions, BiS 2021 was attended by world-renowned brands, new market leaders and relevant government figures.

During the two days of the convention, the iGaming Brazil portal team had the opportunity to exclusively interview several important figures in the sector, and Ramiro Atucha (CEO of Vibra Gaming) was one of them.

Atucha was on the panel on ‘Game Providers’ on the morning of the second day of BiS 2021. In addition to him, the seminar was also attended by André Schuartz (Pipa Games), Erick Mendez (Evolution), Jesus Rafael Campos (BetConnections), and Peter Nolte (Salsa Technology).

According to Ramiro Atucha, BiS 2021 proved to be a unique opportunity to see friends and make new partnerships. In addition, he praised the organization of the event and revealed some of Vibra Gaming’s plans for the Brazilian and Latin American market.

The executive mentioned that the company is already carrying out analyzes to understand the preferences of Brazilian players, such as videobingo. However, Vibra is waiting for the definition of the regulatory process to intensify its operations in the country. For 2022, the intention is to further consolidate the brand in Latin America with the production of content with good local acceptance and seek a gaming license in Malta.

Check out the exclusive interview with Ramiro Atucha, from Vibra Gaming: