AGCO approves Playgon Games to enter Ontario market

The province is regarded as a 'key' jurisdiction for the Vancouver-based games developer

Playgon Games has been successful in its quest to obtain a gaming related supplier-manufacturer license from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO).

The Vancouver-based games developer applied for a license in May, announcing Ontario as a ‘key regulated market’ to service with its mobile-first live dealer technology, VegasLounge.

Having already secured interest in anticipation of receiving the license, the NeoGames subsidiary can now press ahead and partner with igaming operators to roll out VegasLounge to local players in the Canadian province.

Darcy Krogh, President and CEO of Playgon Games, commented: “Receiving our supplier licence for Ontario is another major milestone for our company and we are extremely excited for the opportunity in this market. Not only is it our first entrance into North America for our mobile first live dealer technology, we have significant interest for our product in this market that we will announce in due course.

“Ontario has quickly become among the top 5 igaming jurisdictions in North America and live dealer tables accounted for 32% of the revenue generated within the online casino vertical which makes it a very attractive market for us to pursue.”

Elsewhere, Playgon Games recently confirmed its online gaming suite is now fully integrated into Pariplay’s Fusion aggregation program.

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