An expanded North American presence has been detailed by Gaming Realms after the developer and licensor detailed an array of integrations within Ontario.
This saw seven titles from the group’s Slingo portfolio go live across the province with Rush Street Interactive, BetMGM, and Kindred, with a number of further integrations said to be in the pipeline.
Gaming Realms expects to see much more of its content become certified “very soon,” with the company boasting agreements to go live with several other operators.
Following certification being issued last month, Gaming Realms said its imminent Ontario entry marked a “significant milestone” for the group, as well as a “long term growth opportunity,” with the regulated online gambling market officially opening for business earlier this week (Monday 4 April).
Michael Buckley, Executive Chair of Gaming Realms, commented: “We have been looking forward to launching in Ontario once the market opened, and we are delighted that our content is now live in what will be one of the biggest markets for Gaming Realms in North America.
“With thirteen deals signed for Ontario, and many more in the pipeline, this expands and strengthens our global presence while bringing our hugely popular and innovative Slingo content to a new audience.
“Ontario has a population of about 15 million people, and with the recently announced deal with Loto-Québec, our games are now available to more than 20 million people in Canada.”
Earlier in the week, it was asserted that Ontario’s digital ecosystem will “grow and thrive” in the coming weeks and months after going live, stated iGaming Ontario.
The internet gaming sites said to be going live in the legal market at the time of launch were 888, bet365, BetMGM, BetRivers, Caesars, Coolbet, FanDuel, LeoVegas, PointsBet, Rivalry, RoyalPanda, theScore, and Unibet.