Nolimit City had expressed that it’s “over the moon” to have been awarded an Ontario supplier licence, as the Malta-based software provider prepares to enter the Canadian province.
The group becomes the latest supplier to detail its impending entry, following the likes of Inspired Entertainment, Play’n Go, High 5 Games, Gaming Realms, and Bragg Gaming Group.
The supplier lauds the regulatory green-light as “yet another milestone achievement,” which Nolimit City says represents “a long-term growth opportunity”.
Mental, East Coast vs West Coast, and Tombstone RIP, will be among the group’s range of slots content that will enter the market when it goes live next month.
Malcolm Mizzi, CCO & MD at Nolimit City, commented: “We’re over the moon to have been awarded this licence and to be recognised as one of the early adopters of the newly regulated Canadian provinces.
“Our commitment remains firm on being present in as many regulated markets as possible. We love Canadians and they seem to love our games back.”
The Canadian province is preparing to debut in the regulated online gaming market on a revised opening date of April 4, 2022, as disclosed in January, after originally expecting to be operational in December, 2021.