FSB secures landmark regulatory approval in Ontario

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In a significant step ahead for our organisation, FSB has secured regulatory approval from the Alcohol and Gaming Commision of Ontario (AGCO) to launch our providers within the Canadian province.

By changing into one of many first suppliers to obtain recognition of the Gaming Associated Provider license within the province, FSB might be license-ready because the Ontario on-line market opens on Monday April 4th.

This vital achievement is one other leap ahead for our operations in North America and comes simply weeks after information of a main sports activities wagering deal in South Dakota.

Our award-winning omnichannel sportsbook and complete iCasino aggregation might be out there to operator companions within the territory, enabling them to curate sports activities betting and iGaming experiences that swimsuit their goal audiences. These collaborative relationships will embody long-standing companion Fitzdares who will launch their world-class betting service within the province within the coming weeks.

Dave McDowell, Chief Govt Officer at FSB, stated: “This massively thrilling information is a landmark second for FSB and provides additional gas to our aggressive, ahead momentum within the North American area. The pre-market opening approval from the AGCO pays an enormous tribute to the standard of our know-how, providers and other people as we push ahead in international regulated markets in 2022.”

Bob Akeret, Vice President of Operations, North America at FSB, stated: “It’s an immensely proud second for our FSB North American crew to be one of many first suppliers to obtain AGCO certification. Being licensed as a Gaming Associated Provider because the market opens places us in a robust place to play a number one position in Ontario and construct additional and quicker on the most important progress we now have achieved in North America over the past 12 months. This is a chance we sit up for embracing.”

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