Casino software aggregation platform and technology solutions provider Markor Technology has secured approval to launch in Ontario.
Formally registered as a gaming-related supplier by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), Markor will be able to work with approved online casino brands in the Canadian province.
Markor’s content offering includes slots, table games and live dealer titles from a range of developers, all of which are available through its game aggregation platform.
In addition, Markor will be permitted to supply its multi-vertical and multi-licensed player account management (PAM) service to licensed operators in Ontario.
Markor is also approved in Malta, Gibraltar, the UK and Spain, while plans are in place to pursue additional certification in Portugal, Sweden and Romania throughout 2023.
“The acquisition of proper licensing and certification has always been at the very heart of Markor Technology’s long-term expansion plans, so we’re obviously delighted to have been granted approval from AGCO to offer both our content aggregation platform and PAM services to all locally-licensed casino operators in Ontario,” Markor chief exectuive Melissa Summerfield said.
“Being formally registered as a Gaming-Related Supplier with AGCO will open up a lot of new doors for our business and allow us to connect with new partners in the rapidly expanding Ontario market.
“We’re very much looking forward to helping operators in the province further enhance their operations and bolster the range of high-quality casino content that they’re able to offer to players.”
The approval comes after platform provider and operator Mobinc this week announced the launch of its online casino brand Conquestador in Ontario.
Conquestador becomes the first new brand to go live in Ontario in the 2023 calendar year and will offer players in the Canadian province access to a wide range of internet casino games.