Ontario reports revenue for the Q1

Ontario reports revenue for the Q1

Ontario reports revenue for the Q1

After its first launch earlier this yearOntario reports its revenue for Q and the amount is 162 million dollars.

It’s important to note that after launching, Ontario gave licenses to eighteen operators and thirty-one gaming webpages.

iGaming Ontario publishes the results, and it shows 4.076 billion dollars wagers, but the promotion wagers are not included in it.

Additionally, the whole amount of money bets, involves wagers, rakes, tournament and other fees for all live operators are higher.

“We are planning to become the greatest gaming jurisdiction globally and the great outcomes show that we are on the right path. Ontario is promising market for operators as it has competitive profit share rate and low barriers for entering.”

commented Dave Forestell, the board chair of iGaming Ontario.

The market includes operator who have signed an operating deal with iGO in the course of April 4th and the end of June during this year.

It is important to note that back in 2021 Bonusfinder forecasted that Ontario is going to become North America’s the most engaging markets across.

Bonus Index’s outcomes showed that the market is going to report higher results as there are more than seventy brands pending for license, with fifteen million population in the region.

“According to our study the recipe for becoming successful is the population, competitiveness of the region, good bounce offers and the value of the players. By giving more license operators start working harder, which is also great for customers as they will have more song to play.”

added Fintan Costello, Bonusfinder.com’s MG.

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