Commenting on the approval, Tony Singer, High 5 Games CEO, said: “Big things are happening in Ontario, and we couldn’t be more excited to be a major part of the newly regulated iGaming market. For several decades, players in Ontario have been enjoying our games at land-based casinos across the province. We can’t wait to bring those games online and entertain players in a whole new environment.”
This follows the news of other such providers achieving a licensed status in Ontario ahead of the iGaming market officially launching on 4 April 2022. Similarly, High 5 Games will be prepared to offer its content to customers from this date.
High 5 Games already works in Canada, having launched several games titles on Lotto Quebec’s online casino platform back in February of this year.
It also has several partnerships in many regulated markets south of the border, including New Jersey, Michigan, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Connecticut. The company has expansion plans with partners in Ontario and will join forces with new operators as the market grows.
As a provider, High 5 Games holds over 200 games in its slot library; it maintains a focus on developing content for the online, mobile, land-based and social markets. Providing its own proprietary casino platform called Opus, High 5 Games also allows other operators to integrate games into the system.