Markor Technology to debut in Ontario

Ontario is starting the new year with news that Markor Technology has access to a third-party iGaming market. This week, it announced that it had obtained permission from the Ontario Alcohol and Game Commission, a renowned gambling software integration platform and solution provider. Therefore, it paved the way for me to debut in a state-run field.

Ontario’s market began operations on April 4, 2022, under the jurisdiction of AGCO and its subsidiary, iGaming Ontario. The province has introduced an open operator model as a way to cope with the huge offshore market and prevent locals from pouring billions of Canadian dollars into the gray market.

Following Markor Technology’s announcement this week, the company has now been registered as a game-related provider by regulators. But in order to make an official debut, the game brand will also need an operating contract for iGaming Ontario. When this is completed, it will be able to work with other local license providers and provide them with its premium content.

The game vendor’s content portfolio includes world-class slots and table games, as well as prominent live dealer titles accumulated from a variety of leading developers. All content is available through the game aggregation platform. The company can also launch multiple vertical and multiple licensed player account management services to other local operators.

Aggregator CEO Melissa Summerfield said obtaining licenses and certifications in future expansion plans has always been the company’s priority. She also shared the excitement about the license, as the company can debut its content aggregation platform and PAM services to other game brands in its jurisdiction.

She also said the company’s registration with AGCO as a gaming-related supplier will provide many new opportunities for its business as it connects with new partners in the expanding Ontario environment. Finally, the CEO said the company expects to work with operators and supply casino content to local betters.

Before the Christmas holiday, AGCO approved another set of gaming brands to join Ontario’s private market. The three authorized parties were Ritip Limited, Elips Entertainment Limited and Delta IGaming. Their respective Tony Bet, Highflyer Casino, Delta Bingo and gaming brands can now operate legally in that sector.

But earlier, after the UFC controversy, regulators made several major changes to the local market. AGCO has decided to ban betting on UFC events and banned all operators in the province from suspending them until further notice. The concerns stemmed from questionable betting activities that occurred during a featherweight match between Daric Miner and Shailan Nuerdanvieke on November 5, 2022.

BY: 파워볼사이트

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