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Ortiz Partners with Bet Rite

Florida-based electronic bingo supplier Ortiz Gaming announced an agreement with Manitoba-based Bet Rite Inc. to introduce, distribute and service Ortiz Gaming’s video bingo games in Canada.

“We are very excited about our new partnership with Ortiz Gaming, and are pleased to continue to represent another best-in-class product offering for the Canadian market,” said Richard Cone, president of Bet Rite. “We believe Ortiz Gaming is a first-class organization, which Canadian customers will find out through the excellent quality and excitement of their electronic bingo games, cabinets and systems.”

Bet Rite is the leading Canadian-based gaming supplier, serving all gaming jurisdictions in Canada.

“It’s a great combination of Bet Rite’s Canadian gaming business focus and customer service along with Ortiz Gaming’s superior products,” Cone said.

“Ortiz Gaming is excited to partner with Bet Rite to fulfill the already-requested player demand for our fast-paced games,” said Maurilio Silva, president of Ortiz Gaming. “Designed for customer service, player interaction and excitement, our games are an ideal match to the discerning needs of Canadian players.”


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