Aspire Global Receives GLI-19 Certification for Canada and U.S.

This week, the leading B2B supplier of online gaming solutions, Aspire Global informed that it has received regulatory approval to launch its products in US and Canada. This is achieved through a Gaming Labs International “Interactive-Gaming-Systems” certification standard GLI-19, and it will allow the provider to leverage its Player Account Management Platform to both markets.

Aspire Global is a prominent name in the iGaming industry as it has an impeccable reputation as a B2B gaming solutions supplier. Currently, the company operates in key European, Latin American, and African gaming jurisdictions, and now through its newest license, it will be able to work on its gaming expansion into the North American markets.

Expanding Operations

Through the Gaming Labs International “Interactive-Gaming-Systems” certification standard GLI-19, Aspire Global will be able to offer its premium solutions to operators from Canada and U.S. This includes its Player Account Management platform, gaming titles, sportsbook, aggregation, and managed services. Soon, the company will also add sports to its first-rate offerings for the continent.

The company already operates in several North American jurisdictions through a partnership with Pariplay, which is licensed to operate in Michigan, New Jersey, and West Virginia. The content aggregator Pariplay has recently secured several partnerships in the country, including ones with Rush Street Interactive, Golden Nugget Online Gaming, BetMGM, and GAN. In addition to that, it will also collaborate with NeoPollard Interactive which supplies PlayAlberta with content.

CEO of the company, Tsachi Maimon commented that the certificate is a major achievement for the supplier in its plan to expand in Canadian and U.S. markets. He said that the company is poised to establish a strong position in North America and that the certification gives it a solid foundation for further growth in its pursuit of becoming the leading iGaming supplier in the industry.

Ontario’s Market

In the meantime, in Canada, the Province of Ontario is preparing for the launch of its open iGaming market for private operators, which opens up on April 4, 2022. So far, the province’s regulator the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario has approved numerous gaming entities, including theScore will be able to offer their online products in the market.

Also this week, Penn National Gaming’s theScore Bet announced that as the market’s launch draws near it will be opening an early registration process to new users. The company’s app is now available for download and it is accepting early registration for players from within the province. This way, bettors can sort out their accounts early and start wagering straight away on April 4, 2022.

In addition to theScore, Fandom Sports Media Corporation is also trying to make its way into the regulated market. This week, the company announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Fandom Media Malta Ltd. has submitted its application to acquire a Gaming Related Supplier – Manufacturers License. If approved the firm will join other operators such as Inspired Ent., Rush Street Gaming, Bet365, Bragg Gaming Group, and more.

Source: “Aspire Global granted GLI-19 Certification for launch of its broad offering in the US and Canada”, Aspire Global, March 23, 2022

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Yolina has followed closely the latest development on the Canadian gaming scene over the past years, monitoring the land-based, lottery, and online offerings up for grabs. The dynamic nature of the local lottery and casino fields, as well as the opportunities lying ahead of Canada fire her enthusiasm for what is to come. A sports betting enthusiast, in her spare time Yolina could be found in her natural habitat – turning the pages of biographies and catching up on the latest stand-up comedy podcasts.