Thunderkick, a game studio, makes a booming entry in Ontario

Thunderkick, a gaming studio, has entered the lucrative Ontario markets in partnership with PokerStars and LeoVegas. This is subsequent to the gaining of a duly certified status from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO). Thunderkick is headquartered in Sweden. 

Svante Sahlstrom, chief commercial officer of Thunderkick, has stated that Ontario is a pleasant surprise for the company and will contribute to their growth in the gaming industry. Thunderkick’s commitment to achieving its long-term strategic objectives in the continent is underscored by its partnership with two prominent brands, PokerStars and LeoVegas. The gaming studio is dedicated to delivering the ultimate user experience.

The gaming supplier is renowned for its diverse selection of iGaming content, which is available to gaming enthusiasts affiliated with both LeoVegas and PokerStars throughout the province. Among the games that are highly sought after are 12 Bolts of Thunder, Midas Golden Touch 2, and numerous others.

Ontario will be the stepping stone for Thunderkick to explore the rest of the North American gaming market. 

Recently, the supplier entered the US iGaming space through an association agreement with High 5 Casino. This was a first for the company in terms of introducing its business in the US. The arsenal, saturated with unique titles, will be for the gaming pleasure of all connected with the operator, who will utilize its free-to-play platform. 

Thunderkick has initiated the sweepstakes vertical with its free-to-play offering. The supplier is responsible for the development and distribution of its diverse casino titles via its own Remote Gaming server. 

LeoVegas was issued a $25,000 penalty by the AGCO in 2023. This was in reference to the provision of activities that had not been approved by the AGCO Registrar. Bunchberry and Mobile Incorporated entered the fray and were also issued sanctions by AGCO for the same reasons. Bunchberry and Mobile Incorporated were assessed fines of $15,000 and $30,000, respectively.

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