Leading iGaming platform White Hat Gaming has been granted both its supplier and operator registration by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), enabling the company to operate in Ontario, Canada.
This is a significant milestone for the Malta-headquartered company, marking the first time it has entered a North American jurisdiction with its own B2C brands.
Furthermore, White Hat’s market-leading PAM solution will be available to its existing and future operators, further adding to its successful footprint in North America.
Andrew Towills, Director of Compliance at White Hat Gaming, said: “We’re incredibly excited about this market entry. Ontario is expected to be one of the biggest markets in North America, so being at the forefront of the launch spells out a promising future for White Hat Gaming.
“We are sure that our clients in the region will benefit massively from all we have to offer, including our proprietary PAM solution.”
The visit was requested by the Malawian regulatory authorities
The supplier will also embark on a recruitment campaign to bolster its ranks in one of the region’s most important gaming hubs
The jurisdiction’s gambling community has expressed dismay at its inclusion in the list of countries under increased monitoring
The partnership is the latest in a string of significant deals that Bragg has signed in the fledgling jurisdiction