Altenar Gets Ontario License

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Casino betting software group Altenar has announced that they've been granted a gaming license by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, allowing the supplier to provide services to operators in the province moving forward.

The move will allow Altenar to provide sportsbetting services in the market, although a specific list of companies they're going to work with wasn't made available. The company did share that they'll be offering action on major sports like football, baseball, basketball, golf, and tennis, as well as eSports and Canadian Football League matches.

Altenar is a global provider of sportsbetting platform services and is active in 14 markets, including big-name areas like the UK and Malta.

Regarding the licensing, Altenar Director of Operations Antonis Karakousis said, "We are delighted to be bringing our best-in-class services to the newly regulated market of Ontario. We look forward to bringing a bespoke, rewarding betting experience to the customer base in this exciting new market, specifically tailored to cater to their needs - and the result of extensive research and development.

"We had to meet a list of standards and a variety of requirements, as well as auditing our sportsbook with an independent test lab, but the potential of this province means it was more than worth the challenge. We continue to make worldwide progress as a company and going live in Ontario is proof of that."

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