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Fourteen months after the launch of the most competitive regulated sports betting and igaming marketplace in the world, there are 45 legal operators and almost 100 licensed vendors doing business. Together, along with the Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation (OLG), the industry has delivered more than $2 billion in tax revenue.
What are the learnings from the early days of Ontario's regulated marketplace? What opportunities have been created in a hugely competitive industry. And, is the province's model tailor-made for other provinces across the rest of Canada? Steve McAllister, the Editor-In-Chief of Gaming News Canada, asked those questions - and more - of GBG Plc Director of Gaming Rebekah Jackson; Amanda Brewer, the Canadian Country Manager of Kindred Group; PointsBet Canada Chief Executive Officer Scott Vanderwel; and Jack Tadman of GME Law.
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