North American provider of remote gaming server technology and interactive content Spin Games, has been awarded the green light to commence with igaming distribution via the British Columbia Lottery Corporation’s online portal.

After being granted class B supplier licence by the British Columbia Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch, Spin details that it is to deploy its interactive gaming content, built upon its ROC remote gaming server platform, via BCLC’s online site

Since implementing online gaming BCLC’s igaming segment has enjoyed year-on-year revenue growth, seeing its 2017/18 fiscal year revenues exceeding $180m.

Spin states that its “versatile ROC platform” combined with an “extensive game content library,” is to place the company in an “excellent position to expand its North American footprint in Canada” via BCLC’s PlayNow site.

Kent Young, Spin Games’ chief executive officer and founder, explained: “We are delighted to announce our receipt of this landmark gaming license, as it represents a key approval for Spin, that allows us to establish a critical online presence in the British Columbia market.

“As the only authorised online gaming provider throughout the British Columbia province, BCLC’s PlayNow site provides cutting-edge igaming options to Western Canada players, and we are proud to be able to enhance their online gaming services with our award-winning products.”

Adding: “Spin’s successful licensure by GPEB also signifies a key milestone for our company, as expanding our regulatory licenses is a critical part of our future growth and success.

“We are currently pursuing gaming licenses in multiple commercial and tribal jurisdictions throughout North America, and look forward to working with other operators and regulators to expand their online gaming resources.”

This is the second agreement made in quick succession by Spin Games, after aligning with Louisville, Kentucky, headquartered gaming, racing and online entertainment firm Churchill Downs Incorporated, to strengthen its BetAmerica.