Ontario’s online gambling revenue grows, still can’t catch

NEW YORK, Dec. 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Canada's largest province may be headed for an online gaming revolution. The Ontario provincial government has signalled an openness to legalizing online Ontario’s Conservative government has revealed plans to end the current online gambling monopoly and also legalise single event sports betting in the Canadian province. In the 2019 provincial budget, the government has said it intends to establish a competitive market for online legal gambling “that will reflect consumer choice while protecting consumers who play on these websites”. Ontario's provincial online gambling monopoly reports revenue up more than one-fifth to C$124m in 2019-20, but still lags BC, Quebec. The online gambling situation in Canada’s most densely populated province is changing, as 2019 marks the introduction of a new blueprint for online gambling in Ontario by the Conservative government. The proposal is intended to end the current monopoly and regulate gambling with offshore companies, among other things. Ontario is the most populous province in Canada. Home to cities like Toronto and the nation's capital - Ottawa, everything in Canada is bigger in Ontario. And that is the same for the potential revenue that iGaming operators stand to make if the provincial government votes to approve a new legislature, which would open the market. Top 10 Online Casinos in Ontario for 2021 - ON players benefit from great legal casino play. We rate an compare the top sites & games for Canada players.

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