SPANISH (PERU) ES-PE

Data Source:

https://coinatmradar.com/countries/

The data represents the biggest economy (country) where this language is an official language.

https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/country_price_rankings?itemId=105

The data represents the biggest economy (country) where this language is an official language.

https://fplmystats.com/tools/league-counter

The data represents the biggest economy (country) where this language is an official language.

https://stats.oecd.org/

(demographics -> population statistics)

The data represents the biggest economy (country) where this language is an official language.

https://www.imf.org/external/datamapper/NGDP_RPCH@WEO/OEMDC/ADVEC/WEOWORLD/GUY/UGA/

The data represents the biggest economy (country) where this language is an official language.

The numbers here are counted by All-in Global from the Sunday Million tournament on PokerStars on 6th April 2020. This weekly tournament is considered the biggest online poker tournament in the world.

The data represents the biggest economy (country) where this language is an official language.

https://www.esportsearnings.com/players/17616-stinger-steven-vargas

The data represents the biggest economy (country) where this language is an official language.

 

https://www.heepsy.com/ranking/top-instagram-influencers-in-peru

The data represents the biggest economy (country) where this language is an official language.

All-in Global is the #1 language service provider for the iGaming industry. With 12 years of data we believe it’s relevant for our viewers to know how our localization projects are divided. Our staff tend to choose “marketing creative” when it’s not clear how a project should be classified, so this number is often too high in comparison.

https://sportsbetting24.com/sportsbooks/countries/

The data represents the biggest economy (country) where this language is an official language.

According to a report from Statista, in 2019, Peru registered 24 million internet users which means that the number of people using internet in this South American country is increasing every year. However, Peru is still considered to have a low English Proficiency Index and translations are absolutely essential for companies that want to enter the market and win the trust of the Peruvian players.

In Peru, people love to use slang and if you want your content to sound local it’s important to know how to accommodate and balance this slang in your communications. One example of this is the constant use of the word “pe” that is a shortened form of “pues” that means “then, well”. “Pe” is commonly used at the end of the sentence.

When localizing to Peruvian it’s also important to understand the use of the word “timbero” as it refers to a casino player in Peru. The slot machines are called “las maquinitas”. Another very popular gaming word in Peru is “pozo”. When you have a big “pozo acumulado” that means that there is a great amount of money (Jackpot) waiting to be won by a player and usually the “timberos” in Peru love when the “pozo” is great.

There’s also a funny saying about the dealer – the one who is distributing the cards. A dealer is referred to as “el que reparte se lleva la major parte”, which means “the one who is giving the cards to the other players will win for sure”. The saying is incinerating (in a humorous way) that the dealer will cheat to win.

At All-in Global we master the challenges of localizing the iGaming content for each language and our linguistics are uniquely capable of delivering results that will make your players feel comfortable, safe and more importantly at home.

PERUVIAN SPANISH ONLINE GAMING MARKET: CURRENT STATUS

PERUVIAN SPANISH ONLINE GAMING MARKET: POTENTIAL

WHY CHOOSE US FOR YOUR PERUVIAN SPANISH PROJECT?

Online gambling in Peru is completely legal. Regulated on a federal level, there are absolutely no restrictions when it comes to betting online in this South American country. Players can also register with foreign casino operators. Still slightly in its teething stages, the country’s online casino market has only been regulated since 2008.
An incredibly open country when it comes to online gambling, it leads the Latin American market with impressive accessibility that their neighbour-countries could learn a thing or two from.

The future of online gambling in Peru is split into two camps. Sports betting and Casino. For casino operators (including poker) to be granted Peruvian gaming licenses, operators will need to provide proof of funds of a minimum of €106,410 and a guarantee equivalent of €166,210. For Sportsbook the numbers are about the same with a few tweaks, but it’s really much of a muchness.

Most importantly, the detailed bills are still pending review and approval from Peruvian Congress. An announcement from CMS Grau.

We recommend you to involve your language service provider as early as possible in the Peruvian Spanish localization process. This way, you will avoid pitfalls and the need to rework later, meaning you will experience no delays in getting your global growing going. We are quick, reliable, and a highly trusted partner across the gaming industry.

 

We have a world-class localization team for Peruvian Spanish and have spent the last decade recruiting Peruvian Spanish writers with a big passion for games and sports and an impeccable understanding of iGaming terminology. We also offer SEO and audiovisual services in Peruvian Spanish. Contact salesteam@all-in.global or click the button to request a quote.

Online gambling in Peru is completely legal. Regulated on a federal level, there are absolutely no restrictions when it comes to betting online in this South American country. Players can also register with foreign casino operators. Still slightly in its teething stages, the country’s online casino market has only been regulated since 2008.
An incredibly open country when it comes to online gambling, it leads the Latin American market with impressive accessibility that their neighbour-countries could learn a thing or two from.

The future of online gambling in Peru is split into two camps. Sports betting and Casino. For casino operators (including poker) to be granted Peruvian gaming licenses, operators will need to provide proof of funds of a minimum of €106,410 and a guarantee equivalent of €166,210. For Sportsbook the numbers are about the same with a few tweaks, but it’s really much of a muchness.

Most importantly, the detailed bills are still pending review and approval from Peruvian Congress. An announcement from CMS Grau.

We recommend you to involve your language service provider as early as possible in the Peruvian Spanish localization process. This way, you will avoid pitfalls and the need to rework later, meaning you will experience no delays in getting your global growing going. We are quick, reliable, and a highly trusted partner across the gaming industry.

 

We have a world-class localization team for Peruvian Spanish and have spent the last decade recruiting Peruvian Spanish writers with a big passion for games and sports and an impeccable understanding of iGaming terminology. We also offer SEO and audiovisual services in Peruvian Spanish. Contact salesteam@all-in.global or click the button to request a quote.



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