Ontario Online Casinos Market Makes Room For Two More Operators

Ontario Online Casinos Market Makes Room For Two More Operators
By Mark Keast
Fact Checked by Jim Tomlin

Booming Games, known for their diverse slots, now have a license to operate with Ontario online casinos. The company secured a B2B license from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission (AGCO). The announcement was made this week.

That addition plus another this week, Design Works Gaming, adds even more competition to the Ontario iGaming market, a scene with dozens of operators.

Booming Games has a portfolio of more than 70 unique slots for online casinos, and their games are designed in-house. The company’s portfolio combines classic themes with more contemporary animation, some three-reeled slots, others five-reeled and 3D video slots.

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The company can now distribute its content to licensed gambling operators who offer online Ontario slot games. Booming Games titles include TNT Bonanza, Cash Pig, Buffalo Hold and Win, and The Wild Wings of Phoenix. Last November the organization announced a partnership with former soccer superstar Ronaldinho Gaúcho. The company is developing a series of games featuring Ronaldinho’s image.

“We are thrilled to have obtained a full Ontario B2B gaming licence, allowing us to expand in the fast-growing Canadian market,” said Frederik Niehusen, Chief Commercial Officer at Booming Games. “Ontario is the next milestone of our strategy to expand in regulated markets after successfully entering Spain, Colombia, The Netherlands, and Denmark in 2023.” 

Also, on the Ontario casino apps front, Arizona-based Design Works Gaming (DWG) secured a B2B license from the AGCO, giving the company access to bring its titles to the legal, regulated market in Canada’s most populous province. DWG is looking to introduce its LuckyTap slot titles to players in Ontario.

In the third quarter of the fiscal year (the fourth quarter of the 2023 calendar year, from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31), iGaming Ontario reported $17.2 billion in handle throughout the province from online casinos and mobile sports wagering combined.

Follow OntarioBets.com for more information about iGaming plus reviews of the newest Ontario sportsbooks available.



Mark Keast has recently covered the sports betting industry in Canada for The Parleh, and is a long-time sportswriter and editor, most notably with the Toronto Sun.

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