Leading European online gaming operator plans to make a splash in the newly regulated Ontario market
SkillOnNet, operator of some of the world’s most popular online casinos, has launched the newly regulated Ontario market with three of its most popular brands, PlayOJO, SlotsMagic and SpinGenie.
The award-winning PlayOJO positions itself as the ‘fairest’ online casino on the market, with no play- through requirements or withdrawal restrictions and all wins paid in cash.
SlotsMagic, meanwhile, has long been the go-to destination for the slot enthusiast, with a galaxy of games on offer.
Ontario is the first Canadian province to open its online gaming market up to international operators, as of April 4. With an affluent population of 14.5 million — that of a medium-sized country — it’s a significant new market for operators and the iGaming segment of market is expected to reach $1Billion in revenue over the next two years.
The move into Ontario underlines SkillOnNet’s commitment to working in key newly regulated markets and ensuring compliance with local laws, while providing an unparalleled online gaming experience. The company is committed to operating fair and responsible gaming wherever it is licensed to operate.
It recently received the green light to enter the Ontario market from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO).
SkillOnNet already holds licences in major European jurisdictions, including the UK, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Germany and Malta, as well as Latin American markets like Mexico.
Michael Golembo at SkillOnNet said: “Ontario is a really exciting opportunity and we’re thrilled to be part of this new regulatory space and see immense potential to drive company growth. We’d like to thank the gaming commission for their due diligence and also for really understanding the value SkillOnNet can bring to this market. We provide a network of the most popular online casino brands across Europe, and it’s a joy to be able to showcase our games to Ontarians and engage with our new customers in the province.”