SBC Media has published the digital edition of Canadian Gaming Business Magazine, with the spring 2023 issue celebrating the first year of Ontario’s igaming market, analysing some of the key trends and talking points from the commercial industry, and assessing the lay of the landscape across the country.
Published ahead of the Canadian Gaming Summit – which takes place at Metro Toronto Convention Center next week – the magazine takes a look back at the past year of Ontario operations, speaking to established Canadian brands as well as newcomers from over the pond.
An array of Canadian industry stakeholders offered thought-provoking perspectives to this edition of the magazine. FanDuel spoke with CGB to explain whether its market-leading US position is influencing its activity in Ontario, whilst Bet99 delves into all things sports sponsorships as it touches on its F2P deal with the NHL.
The online market isn’t the only port of entry for this issue, either. Great Canadian Entertainment outlined its recovery from the pandemic as well as offering the latest on its new casino property in the Greater Toronto Area set to open later this year. The land-based operator also noted how the brick-and-mortar sector has been impacted by the online market.
SIGA tells us all about its brand new online platform which helps to support First Nation communities in Saskatchewan, whilst BCLC also details its social purpose and charitable activities in British Columbia.
New and emerging markets take center stage as Rivalry talks all things esports and gen Z bettors, whilst we also have the latest from the world of payments in Canada.
As always, Canadian Gaming Business receives an update from Paul Burns, President and CEO of the Canadian Gaming Association, who explains the key drivers behind the association’s updated strategic plan.
The latest edition of the magazine comes at a landmark time for the Canadian Gaming Summit, as the 26th edition of the industry conference comes under the production of SBC Events for the first time.
Together with support from partners at the CGA, SBC will welcome over 2,000 delegates to Toronto from June 13-15th for three days of conference content, networking sessions, and evening activities.
You can read the Spring 2023 edition of Canadian Gaming Business by clicking here.