When the regulated Ontario igaming market opens for enterprise on April 4, it’s anticipated to be one of many extra sturdy igaming markets in North America. So it’s not stunning that gaming operators are tripping over one another in an effort to get a seat at this desk the place massive servings of income are certain to be dished out.
Earlier this week, LeoVegas took a serious step in direction of becoming a member of that smorgasbord when the Alcohol and Gaming Fee of Ontario (AGCO) authorised the corporate to turn out to be an igaming licensee. To be clear, this doesn’t imply that LeoVegas has been authorised for a license, solely that it has been registered with the AGCO as a gaming operator, and that license approval is a close to certainty.
The following step for LeoVegas might be working with AGCO subsidiary iGaming Ontario to develop an working settlement that can outline the parameters of the corporate’s participation within the igaming, however not sports activities betting, markets.
LeoVegas shouldn’t have too robust a time convincing Canadians to enroll as LeoVegas chief government Gustaf Hagman described in a current article in iGB North America saying, “Over current years, the LeoVegas model has turn out to be the third most well-known on line casino model within the Canadian market and Royal Panda has proven sturdy development – a transparent signal that the cellular gaming expertise we provide is appreciated by North American prospects.”
“Our full focus now’s to finish the method and we sit up for launch in a regulated atmosphere. Given our observe report and information to function in regulated markets we proceed to have excessive expectations and ambitions for continued development within the Ontario market,” he added.
Barring any unforseen circumstances, the Ontario igaming market needs to be able to launch on April 4.