Play’n GO links up with the Canadian Gaming Association

Play’n GO has linked up with the Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) since there is an absolute mind-meld between the two entities regarding the iGaming space.

The CGA is a trade-related body that stands up for operators and providers in the Canadian gaming industry, involving sports wagering, esports, and the lottery segment. It was officially established two decades back and presently has, under its wing, more than 70 members. It offers its support towards responsible and regulated gaming, akin to Play’n GO. 

Play’n GO runs its business in Ontario and Quebec in Canada. Of late, the supplier forged an exclusive collaboration with Loto-Quebec, a state owned iGaming operator. 

According to the Head of Region, North America at Play’n GO, Saam Hafezi, it is a great honor for them because the CGA agreed to make them a part of the body. The highlighting fact, in his opinion, is that both entities have similar views on the priorities of the entire gaming vertical. Having so much in common will provide them the opportunity to exchange their viewpoints on several factors, all directed towards the betterment of the gaming space for all connected and concerned. 

In the words of the President and CEO of the Canadian Gaming Association, Paul Burns, it will be a pleasure for them to work hand in glove with Play’n GO since the supplier has loads of gaming experience that will now be shared. This will pave the way for the gaming vertical in Canada to become more robust in all ways.

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