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Mobinc has pulled back the curtain on a number of Ontarian integrations that it is hoped will “significantly boost” the group’s profile in the province’s online gambling space.

This has seen the company bolster its Ontario-licensed platform with the addition of a number of gaming studios, which includes Pragmatic Play, Relax Gaming, Hacksaw, Push Gaming, and Quickspin.

Furthermore, it is also said that the latter, which forms part of the Playtech group, has also secured what is hailed as a “landmark agreement” that will name the Sakura Fortune title as the official welcome bonus free spins offer in the region.

These integrations, said Mobinc, form a crucial expansion of the company’s content portfolio in the region, and could open the door to further partnerships with “other brands looking to reap the rewards in one of North America’s most promising jurisdictions”.

Sergei Belikov, CEO of Mobinc, said: “Content is king in any market, but it is particularly important in a new one where customers are looking to explore their options when it comes to online casino entertainment. 

“These studios need little introduction to operators, having been responsible for creating many of the best games in recent years, and will make us far more attractive to companies hoping to take advantage of Ontario without the expense of getting their own licence.”

In January, the platform provider and operator reflected on a “huge milestone” after it was disclosed that the Conquestador entity has become the group’s first to launch in Ontario.

The company stressed that it was “relishing the opportunity” to make its mark in the busy marketplace, with praise also offered to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario for a “common sense approach” to regulation and licensing