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BF Games, a dynamic games development studio, has reinforced its ambitious growth plans for North America after receiving a licence in the Canadian province of Ontario.

Being awarded the supplier licence by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) will allow BF Games to offer its portfolio of slots to licensed operators in the province.

The licence marks an important step for the studio which has announced its intentions to enter regulated markets in North America as part of its commercial expansion.    

Ontario’s online market has rapidly grown since it opened last year with an increasing number of operators now licensed in the province, the most populous one in Canada.

BF Games’ high-quality slots portfolio has proven successful in Europe and the studio is confident the games will perform well with North American audiences.

Wiktor Grabarczyk, head of legal at BF Games, said: “We are thrilled to be awarded a licence by the AGCO, as being able to enter this highly promising market is a great milestone for us. We look forward to working with locally licensed operators in Ontario and introducing our content to players in the province.

“North America will be a focus for us going forward and with the huge potential in the region, we have high hopes it will soon play a crucial part in our business strategy.”

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