mkodo joins Canadian Gaming Association

B2B tech supplier powers provincial lotteries and more

B2B gaming technology supplier mkodo has joined the Canadian Gaming Association (CGA).

mkodo has a long history in the Canadian gaming industry. For more than a decade, it has powered the mobile apps, websites, front-end UX and geolocation technology of numerous Canadian lotteries, including the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG), the British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC), Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis (AGLC), the Western Canada Lottery Corporation (WCLC) and the Atlantic Lottery Corporation (ALC).

Mkodo said in a release that joining the CGA highlights its “dedication to delivering high-quality, secure, and user-friendly products and services that meet the changing needs of iGaming operators and their players.”

The company added that the strategic partnership demonstrates its commitment to supporting and enhancing the digital experience within Canada’s dynamic regulated iGaming sector.

As a member of the CGA, mkodo will collaborate with other industry leaders to drive innovation, advocate for responsible gaming practices and contribute to the overall growth and sustainability of lottery, betting and gaming, both land-based and online, across all provinces.

“We are thrilled to join the Canadian Gaming Association, an organisation that plays a crucial role in shaping the future of the regulated gaming industry in Canada,” said Managing Director Stuart Godfree. “This membership aligns perfectly with our mission to provide exceptional user experiences in iGaming and Lottery and reinforces our commitment to supporting responsible gaming initiatives within Canada. We look forward to collaborating with CGA members to drive forward the industry’s standards and innovation.”

Paul Burns, President and CEO of the CGA, said mkodo’s “expertise as the leading mobile apps and geolocation supplier to Crown Corporations Lotteries will be a valuable addition to our community.”

mkodo’s GeoLocs expands reach

As well as powering Canadian lotteries’ gaming technology, mkodo also delivers a geolocation compliance service, GeoLocs, to lottery operators including OLG and WCLC as well as commercial iGaming operators and platforms in the regulated Ontario market such as White Hat Gaming and Betty.

This week, mkodo announced a partnership with Casino Time to provide the casino operator with its geolocation services for players in Ontario.

Earlier this year, mkodo received ISO27001:2022 certification for its iGaming services. Mkodo went through an arduous certification process, which included data protection plans and an evaluation of security policies and procedures.

Casino Time adds to several new partnerships for GeoLocs, which has also secured deals with The Mill Adventure and High Flyer Casino in 2024. The Mill Adventure and High Flyer have market access in Ontario.

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