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NetEnt granted supplier licence in British Columbia

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stry provider NetEnt has been granted a supplier licence through its NetEnt Americas division by the Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch (GPEB) of British Columbia.

NetEnt will now be able to supply its iGaming content to the British Columbia Lottery Corporation, the sole licensed gaming and lottery operator in the Canadian province.

Per Eriksson, President and CEO of NetEnt, said: “I am very pleased that we have reached yet another important milestone in our expansion on regulated markets.

“We are the online casino supplier with the largest presence on regulated markets in terms of number of licenses and certifications that we hold, and entering the province of British Columbia in Canada is another important step for us.”

The announcement adds to the solid start to the year that NetEnt has enjoyed.

The Stockholm-headquartered firm reported revenue growth of 15.2% in its Q1 report, rising to SEK 398m.

Operating profit also rose, climbing to a total of SEK 136m, which represents a year-on-year increase of 6.3%.

NetEnt’s games also recently went live in the Mexican regulated market through operator Codere.

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