SkillOnNet Launches Ontario Services

Online betting group SkillOnNet announced that it has launched its SpinGenie, PlayOJO, and SlotsMagic brands in the province of Ontario after obtaining approval from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario in April.

The launch sees online casino games being offered on the site and will run for at least one year, or longer if SkillOnNet obtains a full license from the regulator. The company is already active in Mexico in North America, as well as having launched in Sweden, the UK, Portugal, Germany, Denmark, and other areas.

Regardin the launch SkillOnNet's Michael Golembo 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."

Ontario's online gaming market is quickly becoming saturated with casinos and sportsbook after it launched in April. Thus far, there have been numerous big names entering the market, including DraftKings, Betway, and others.

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These news I actually find quite surprising. I've been following the news regarding Ontario and I didn't think a provider like SkillOnNet which in my opinion isn't too well known, would certify their games.

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