Nuvei Corporation has announced that it has joined the Canadian Gaming Association to provide support, advocacy, and expertise as the region’s igaming industry evolves.
The global fintech provider’s partnership with the Canadian national trade association aims to increase access to igaming across the country, as well as bringing more awareness to the economic impacts of the industry.
This follows Nuvei joining the American Gaming Association last month, in a deal which also saw Neil Erlick, the group’s chief corporate development officer, be named to the national trade group’s board of directors.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with the CGA to provide our support, advocacy, and expertise as the Canadian igaming industry continues to evolve,” stated Philip Fayer, Nuvei’s chairman and CEO.
“We look forward to collaborating with the CGA and enabling it to meet its goals of advancing the scope of gaming in Canada, while embracing best practices and payment technology.”
Nuvei’s partnership with the CGA aims to ensure that the association can meet the innovation requirements necessary to streamline and modernise regulated digital gaming payments across Canada.
“The CGA is excited to welcome Nuvei to the family,” added Paul Burns, CGA president and CEO. “Nuvei encourages innovation in both payments and policy, and the CGA is thrilled to be partnering with them.
“By collaborating with payment technology leaders like Nuvei, we can increase access to igaming across the country and bring more awareness to the positive economic impacts of the gaming industry.”