GAMOMAT lauds ‘great moment’ as it embarks on Ontario

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GAMOMAT has embarked on its Canadian venture as the company launches its technology components and services within the province of Ontario. 

The launch into the newly-regulated igaming market follows on from its distribution partner, Bragg Gaming Group, was registered by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario and will see a selection of titles, such as Ramses Book, Take 5 and Books’ Bulls, become available to operators throughout the province. 

GAMOMAT Distribution GmbH’s Chief Partnership Officer Dimitry Voelkle, stated: “GAMOMAT is constantly amplifying its presence in the world’s leading igaming markets, and adding Ontario to our list of active markets is a great moment for our business.”

The entry in Ontario also marks the first market move for its technology components and services on the North American continent. 

As previously mentioned, GAMOMAT’s debut into Ontario was achievable following Bragg’s AGCO approval. Earlier this month, the igaming technology and content provider also signalled its province intentions by inking a distribution agreement with 888casino.  

The link-up, said to have gone through on the first day of the regulated market opening on April 4, includes games from Bragg’s exclusive portfolio, such as Egyptian Magic, the recent debut game from its in-house studio Atomic Slot Lab, and others picked specifically for the newly-regulated igaming space.

Since receiving its supplier licence from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario in early March 2022, Bragg stated that it has worked with local regulators to ensure the compliance of its technology and content, both, the company confirmed, have been given ‘full approval’.