Betty Collects Investment To Fund Ontario Operations

Real money betting firm Betty announced the most recent successful acquisition of funds from a group of investors led by Kalani Capital. According to the company’s press release, it has acquired more than US$5 million from a group of investors, which will now be used to finance operations in Ontario’s regulated iGaming segment.

The state’s legal online gambling and sports betting market first opened on April 4, 2022, and is a relatively new market as it is regulated by the Ontario Alcohol and Gaming Commission. So far, numerous operators and websites have joined as corporations, and in January 2023, regulators gave Betty a blessing to operate in the state.

New York-based Betty said in a recent press release that investors’ suits led by Karlani Capital include several companies. They are CEAS Investments, Courtside Ventures, Gaingels, OCA Ventures, Subversive Capital and 305 Ventures, which raised more than $5 million in recent funding rounds from Empire State Betting Corp.

This latest set of funds comes on the back of $1.8 million in capital raised during the company’s pre-seeding phase in March 2022. The operator now plans to use the newly acquired funds to support its Ontario business, and the company expects to soft-launch in the province in February 2023. Meanwhile, official entry will arrive in Q2 2023.

In addition, the operator says the new funds will be used to support the ongoing development of the iGaming platform. In addition, the company noted that it has identified a major audience of existing operators in the current market and casual gaming bets who lack service on the website. This demographer was a female slot player and will try to acquire it.

Gaingels, a private investment syndicate focused on LGBT, commented that while sports betting and casinos have historically been sold to men, women actually make up more than half of the market. The company is a big fan of and willing to invest in the New York-based operator’s plan to make the slot category more inclusive.

Recently, AGCO’s subsidiary, iGaming Ontario, released its third-quarter report on the local online market for gambling. The state posted an astonishing CA$11.53 billion in total betting handles in the third quarter, which translated into CA$457 million in gaming revenue. It has 36 operators and 68 game sites, with approximately 910,000 active user accounts.

Meanwhile, regulators are continuing to authorize game brands to participate in legitimate markets. In February, AGCO blessed Roots, the parent company of Wilds, Wheels, Casino and Spinz. The brands can now enter the regulated iGaming market and offer their exceptional online products to on-tarian bets.

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