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Fiona Simmons August 31, 2022 2 min read
Altenar Gets Started in Ontario with AGCO License
iGaming and sports betting provider Altenar has made an entry into the regulated market in Ontario, Canada. This marks the latest entity to secure a license from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario and become a fully-fledged part of the market as Ontario has just published its first-quarter results.
Altenar Brings Full Portfolio of Products to Ontario
Altenar is hoping to make a big splash in the market having received its Gaming Related Supplier license. The company will offer real-time official data for its sportsbook in the province, covering a number of big sports, including the MLB, NBA, NHL, CFL, and NFL.
Altenar also covers esports and charges competitive margins of up to 0% on selected major events, the company informed in a press release. Altenar’s sportsbook offer will be available via mobile app and desktop. The company will also run a large selection of possible betting offers, including parlays, teasers, and player props, among others.
Altenar has seen strong performance across both its esports and sports betting operations, and it has also excelled in data and virtual sports. Altenar director of operations Antonis Karakousis said:
We are delighted to be bringing our best-in-class services to the newly regulated market of Ontario. We look forward to bringing a bespoke, rewarding betting experience to the customer base in this exciting new market, specifically tailored to cater to their needs – and the result of extensive research and development.Altenar director of operations Antonis Karakousis
He said that while the company had to meet a number of standards, it was pleased to be making a splash in the provincial market. Altenar is set to continue on its worldwide growth and the Ontario entry is a testimony to that. Presently, Altenar already operates in 14 global gaming markets and operates under Malta Gaming Authority and UK Gambling Commission licenses.