OnAir enters South African market following ‘surge in demand’

OnAir Entertainment is set to enter South Africa by the end of the year citing a “surge in demand” for its content and solutions.

OnAir Entertainment is set to enter South Africa by the end of the year citing a “surge in demand” for its content and solutions. 

Scheduled for December, the OnAir will go live with its catalogue of games, including standards editions of roulette and blackjack, as well as Auto Roulette, Eclipse Blackjack and Lotus Speed Baccarat, following approval with a Certificate of Suitability issued by the country’s Western Cape regulator. 

“We are delighted to be part of a market that has shown massive growth in the last few years and to bring our high-quality games experiences and customised products to such a dynamic region,” noted Mathijs Beugelink, Head of Operations at OnAir Entertainment.

“My thanks go to the dedication and hard work of the OnAir Entertainment team, who are about to deliver our high-quality products to yet another rapidly growing market and where we are about to witness another incredible result.”

Once live in South Africa, the firm will offer brands in the region a range of exclusive live casino content and dedicated digital branding environments that can be customised to suit operator’s needs, look and feel, and designs. 

OnAirs entry into the country marks the 10th new market in the last 12 months. This includes the recent launch of a suite of tailored table environments for Denmark and the Netherlands and the coming launch of new studios in Romania, Georgia, and Spain in 2023.

The OnAir Entertainment network is already certified in regulated markets including the Isle of Man, the UK, Greece, Ontario, Latvia, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, and all Malta Jurisdictions.