FansUnite became an official member of the Canadian Gaming Association (CGA). As a result, the company will be able to establish new relationships and grow in the Canadian gaming market.
FansUnite Is Now a Member of the CGA
FansUnite Entertainment Inc, a sports betting and entertainment company announced that it has become an official member of the Canadian Gaming Association (CGA). Announced on November 25 and effective from November 24, FansUnite joined the national trade association of the gaming industry in Canada.
As a member of the CGA, FansUnite will have the privilege to create new relationships with different entities currently involved in the gaming industry in Canada. Furthermore, FansUnite is going to be able to establish relationships with companies that are currently in collaboration with the CGA.
CGA members can also benefit from advocacy on legislation impacting Canadian gaming companies. In addition, CGA members can access research that provides insight into important gaming-related topics.
Other benefits that CGA members have are the networking opportunities and exclusive marketing which can be facilitated through the CGA’s Canadian Gaming Summit and Canadian Gaming Business magazine.
CGA Is Pleased to Have FansUnite as a Member
In a statement, the President and CEO of the Canadian Gaming Association, Paul Burns, revealed that the Association is pleased to have FansUnite as a member. In addition, he said that the CGA tracked the team at FansUnite for several years and is excited to see the sports betting and i-gaming technology company take advantage of the upcoming changes to the Canadian Gaming market.
Furthermore, Burns stressed that FansUnite proved that they can operate in highly regulated markets globally. According to him, Canada is a significant opportunity for the company to continue growing its business. In conclusion, Burns outlined that the CGA is looking forward to assisting FansUnite to grow in any way possible.
FansUnite to Take Advantage of Domestic Opportunities
The CEO of FansUnite Entertainment, Scott Burton, also shared positive thoughts of the new membership. He outlined that the company is delighted to be a part of the CGA. In addition, according to him, the ongoing discussion regarding Bill C-218 which would enable single event sports betting presents a great opportunity for the company to participate in the Canadian market.
“By joining the CGA, we will be able to strengthen our position in the Canadian market to take advantage of any domestic opportunities that come our way.”Scott Burton, CEO of FansUnite Entertainment
Burns added that it’s the FansUnite platform that may be able to “form the backbone of many Canadian casino or sportsbook operators that require a robust turnkey solution“. Furthermore, he pointed out that the platform features payment methods, KYC procedures, marketing platforms as well as online and i-gaming wagering systems.