VIP Entertainment Technologies handed Canadian remote gaming license by KGC

The Calgary-based firm can now offer sports betting, casino, poker and esports wagering in most provinces

VIP Entertainment Technologies has regained its ability to offer its igaming services in Canada – excluding Ontario – after the Kahnawake Gaming Commission (KGC) granted the firm a remote gaming license.

The news was confirmed by VIP Entertainment Technologies last Thursday, with the KGC providing further verification by adding the Calgary-based operator to its list of authorized client providers on its website.

VIP began the process to acquire a KGC remote gaming license back in February with the goal of being able to market and acquire new users in Canada, where some of the firm’s earliest and most significant earnings – from 2016 to late 2020 – were developed.

The new licensing enables VIP to deliver its complete suite of services including sports betting, casino, poker and esports wagering as the group increases its core business in the igaming industry, moving itself into a ‘premier entertainment gaming company’.

VIP’s announcement added: “The completion of a Canadian based gaming license is highly anticipated as VIP will immediately increase its user database with a substantial number of users in the company’s key demographic, key jurisdiction and expects to realize significant growth to its player related revenues.”

VIP also recently acquired a UK gaming license, and with the KGC license the firm is able to begin marketing to players in both jurisdictions.

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