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Delta Bingo Introduces iBingo for Ontarians

Ontario’s market for online gambling is once expanding, as Delta iGaming Inc. has now officially debuted digital bingo offerings for the province’s players. Now, Delta Bingo Online is the only iGaming platform in Ontario’s legal sector to provide peer-to-peer iBingo with top-tier slot themes and a commitment to local charities. The launch was facilitated with help from Broadway Gaming.

Delta Bingo Online operates under the gaming license registered to Delta iGaming Inc. and is governed by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario. It is licensed as an iGaming operator in accordance with the Gaming Control Act, 1992 and the registrar’s Standards for iGaming in Ontario, allowing it to offer iGaming legally in the province’s sector.

iBingo Now Available

For the launch of online bingo in Ontario, Delta Bingo has partnered up with Broadway Gaming by utilizing the latter’s cutting-edge Dragonfish software. Now, Delta Bingo Online is the only, regulated iBingo provider in the province. Hence, allowing bingo enjoyers to play their favourite games online against other real-time players for some guaranteed prizes.

Additionally, for the occasion, Delta Bingo, which owns and operates numerous locations across the province has inked a partnership agreement with the Ontario Charitable Gaming Association. This way it will be able to aid not-for-profit organizations that provide services to communities, support families, youth, vulnerable individuals, and culture, education, sports and recreation, and much more.

Cam Johnstone, Vice Chair, Commercial Gaming Association of Ontario, Board of Directors and Owner, Delta iGaming Inc. said local charities have suffered greatly over the last years, due to the emergence of the unprecedented situation. He believes the partnership will provide further support for much-needed community organizations and initiatives and will help bring balance to the charitable gaming sector.

Meanwhile, CEO of Broadway Gaming, David Butler added that the company is pleased to collaborate with the bingo operator to support the website debut in Ontario via the Dragonfish technology. He stated that their software, certification, and professional services will enable the operator to offer a premium selection of iBingo and other iGaming games to the provincial sector.

Joining a Highly Competitive Market

Ontario’s newly regulated market for private gaming operators is rather new but it is already a top 5 jurisdiction in North America, according to data from its first 12 months of operation. In April, the province reported CA$35.6 billion in total betting handle for its first year of iGaming. This amount translated to CA$1.4 billion in gaming revenue with players having an average of CA$70 monthly spend.

In addition to that, the market is set to grow even larger as more operators are eyeing launch in the province. Lastly, Costa Rica-based operator 5Dimes revealed that it has submitted its application to the AGCO to become a licensed entity in Canada’s most populous province. If approved, the brand plans on offering some generous bonuses and promotions to catch up with the competition.

Source: “Delta Bing Online Officially Launches as Exclusive Provider of iBingo in Ontario with Commitment to Charity PartnershipsPR Newswire, May 31, 2023