This week, FanDuel, a leading gaming company, announced that it will expand its business in North America as it will debut in Ontario. The gambling leader revealed that the application for a gaming-related vendor license was approved by Ontario’s Alcohol and Gaming Commission, thus paving the way for a rollout in the province.
On Monday, April 4, 2022, Ontario will officially launch a private betting iGaming and online sports betting market for gaming companies. If that happens, operators licensed by AGCO will be legally allowed to offer online gaming and sports betting solutions to local betting companies or to other licensed players.
Once the market is boosted, FanDuel’s Sportsbook, which has built-in casinos and standalone casino apps, will debut in Canada’s most populous state. Residents and visitors of the state will be able to enjoy the company’s real-time, real-time, and money games while conveniently using only one account and wallet that can be played on the platform.
The online sportsbook is one of the best in the business and is powered by IGT’s PlaySports platform, which comes with SGP (Same Game Parlay™ betts), Odds Boost, Data Visual and streaming options. In addition, the company’s player account management systems and casinos are powered by GAN, a leading B2B technology provider of Silvi Internet gaming solutions.
Ontario gamblers will be surprised to see FanDuel Casino soon to enjoy, boasting a portfolio of more than 250 titles in live dealers, random number generation and slot games. The transaction will be handled by payment processing provider Nuvei, which allows multiple payment and withdrawal methods, including Interlock, PayPal, Mastercard, and Visa.
However, with a wide variety of sports betting and gaming options, the company has not forgotten about the health of its players. The leader will utilize the “Play Well” campaign to help players avoid conditions and habits related to problem gambling and affect them and their loved ones.
Other operators that have received approval from AGCO to participate in the market as regulated providers include Kindred Group’s Unibet. This week, the company sees betting companies in Ontario turn on Unibet Sportsbook and iGaming products when the market begins.It has been announced that it will be accessible at unibet.ca . Premium products can also be downloaded in mobile versions on both iOS and Android devices.
Camby Group, a leading independent sportsbook and sports betting technology provider, has also joined a long list of provincial registered game brands in Ontario. The license allows the company to provide sportsbook technical services to other entities who are approved to join the market and use them as a platform for sports betting offerings in the province.