Tuesday January 26, 12-1PM Eastern / 5PM GMT
Heading into 2021, few new market opportunities are as enticing for the global online gambling industry as that offered by regulatory changes in Ontario, Canada’s largest province.
A budget law passed by Ontario’s Legislative Assembly in December 2020 set the wheels in motion for a new regulatory regime that will allow private operators to become approved to offer online gambling services in the province for the first time. Meanwhile, imminent legal reforms at federal level should also enable Ontario and other Canadian provinces to regulate single-event sports betting in addition to casino-style games. A competitive Ontario market for both iGaming and online sports betting could generate up to C$1.5bn in annual revenue within a few years of launch, making it one of the largest in the world, according to VIXIO GamblingCompliance forecasts.
Topics of discussion include:
The next steps being taken by the Alcohol & Gaming Commission of Ontario to implement a competitive market for internet gaming
Regulatory, licensing and other policy factors to consider when seeking to enter the Ontario market
The significance of Ontario’s legal reforms and their influence on other provinces
The road ahead for single-event sports betting in Canada
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