GiG awarded supplier licence in Ontario

 

Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has been granted a supplier licence for Ontario, allowing it to partner with operators based in the newly regulated Canadian province.

Having opened as recently as April 2022, the registration marks an early entry for GiG that will allow it to serve a market expected to grow to €2bn in gross gaming revenue (GGR) over the next three years, according to H2 Gambling Data.

The registration granted to GiG by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), covers its award winning B2B sportsbook and PAM.

The secured licence adds to the steadily expanding list of regulated markets supported by GiG, 22 in total with another 4 pending, further strengthening its ability to be the technical supplier of choice of those operators with aspirations for success in online gaming.

Claudio Caruana, general counsel for GiG says; “In receiving the registration from the AGCO, we have reached another important milestone in our resolute commitment to supporting the iGaming industry for regulated markets, and we’re delighted to be prepared to power new and potential partners in the province.

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