High 5 Games aims to ‘capitalise on the new frontier’ via Ontario approval

Rightlander has become the latest to mark its Ontario intentions as the company launches its suite of products and services in the province. 

The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario has granted High 5 Games a Gaming-Related Supplier License. 

Following the approval, the licence receipt will allow High 5 Games to offer its games to AGCO-approved operators located within the province of Ontario. 

“Big things are happening in Ontario, and we couldn’t be more excited to be a major part of the newly regulated igaming market,” noted Tony Singer, CEO of High 5 Games.

“For several decades, players in Ontario have been enjoying our games at land-based casinos across the province. We can’t wait to bring those games online and entertain players in a whole new environment.”

High 5 Games has stated that the company is “ready to hit the ground running” with operators once Ontario’s igaming market is officially opened on April 4, 2022, as the firm states it hopes to “capitalise on the new frontier” in North America’s igaming sector. 

The licence approval also expands H5G’s presence within the Canadian gambling space with the supplier recently launching several titles in Lotto Quebec’s online casino platform in February. 

Moreover, the online slot company also has several partnerships in many regulated markets south of the border, including New Jersey, Michigan, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Connecticut. 

Looking towards the near future, H5G has expressed its interest in extending the aforementioned partnerships into Ontario and “join forces” with new operators as the market expands.