How can entrepreneurs based in Canada break into the iGaming industry?


Canada has a massive gaming industry, but it’s monopolized by provincial governments. In a new article, online casino and sportsbook software provider Slotegrator breaks down the Canadian gambling market before turning overseas and making the case that Canada-based businesses can start their own offshore operation facing a foreign market.

Canandian investors, entrepreneurs, affiliates, and land-based casino owners might feel a touch of regret when they look at the revenues generated by their country’s online gambling market. While the country’s population has a well-documented love of gambling — and they’re willing to spend the money to prove it — the market is dominated by government monopolies and saturated with offshore, black-market operators, leaving little room for Canadian businesses to set up shop on their own home turf.

But that’s no reason to give up, argues Slotegrator, a leading supplier of online casino and sportsbook software. In a new article, the company breaks down the Canadian market before exploring the well-established markets of Europe and Asia, as well as the emerging ones in Africa and Latin America — all of which provide intriguing opportunities for anyone looking to break into the iGaming industry.

Additionally, the article outlines the steps a potential investor, entrepreneur, or other business owner would take when starting an online casino, including choosing a target market, registering a company and applying for a license, building a platform, and carrying out the marketing strategies that will build a solid and reliable base of players.

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George Miller has started working in the gaming industry as an Editor/Content Manager in 2016 and since then he has acquired many experiences when it comes to interviews and newsworthy subject covering. In 2017, he became Head of Content and he is responsible for the editorial team, press release and story covering on multiple websites that are part of Hipther Agency, including


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