Amelco to Launch Full End-to-End iGaming Solution in Ontario, Canada

Amelco, a sports betting and platform supplier, has announced its upcoming entry into the Canadian market with a launch in Ontario. This move represents the first time the company will present its complete end-to-end product in the region.

Having secured a Gaming Related Supplier license from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), Amelco is set to introduce its full suite of iGaming, player account management, and sportsbook solutions to the province.

In the following weeks, Amelco plans to unveil its first major partner in Ontario, emphasizing its commitment to establishing a strong presence in the region.

Ontario boasts several well-known sports franchises, including the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Blue Jays, and Toronto Raptors, making it a promising market for Amelco’s platform with potential appeal to players across the province.

Amelco also anticipates leveraging the thriving popularity of iGaming in Ontario as an advantage. Its iGaming suite will feature games from various reputable providers such as Evolution, NetEnt, Red Tiger, Pragmatic Play, and Pariplay, enhancing the gaming experience for players.

Amelco’s expansion into the Ontario market signifies its strategic growth initiative and dedication to delivering innovative solutions for operators and players in the iGaming industry.

Commenting on its Ontario launch, Brandon Walker, Head of Amelco USA, said: “This represents a significant milestone for us, and we are thrilled to be finally entering Ontario, where we are confident that both our sportsbook and iGaming products will prove to be very popular.

“Moving into an area with such a rich sporting history boosts our hopes of making an immediate impact within the space and with multiple operators already lined up to go live, we are confident of making a fast start in the province.

“We have huge plans coming up over the next 12 months and we want to expand our presence across Canada as other provinces are granted licences.”

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