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It marks the North Americas important expension
As entity of SPIELO G2, Boss Media AB, the SPIELO International iGaming division, has been chosen, via a process of public tender, by the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) to offer slots and table games for an online casino Player Services, and a Player Account Management System.
The agreement, which will last for five years, includes options for ex tension of two and three years. It marks a landmark step into the modernisation strategy of OLG and the expansion of SPIELO G2 into North America.
The Player Account Management system of SPIELO G2 will be delivered to OLG through a Gaming Management System. The system offers operators responsible gambling features, player protection and a view of the interactive player. It supports the commitment of OLG to drive innovation and growth via responsible gambling.
In addition to management of accounts of players, SPIELO G2 will present a number of games, among them a suite of slot and table games that feature French Roulette.
SPIELO G2 offers a solution capable of supporting and enhancing the modernisation plan of OLG in order for it to become a sustainable and innovative organisation, and in the same time capable of maintaining its position as a leader in the North American marker for Responsible Gambling, announced Walter Bugno, the chief executive and International President of SPIELO.
We will make sure that those goals are met by their entry into the space of online gaming by offering services and products that will attract players, while offer the most demanding standards of player protection and responsible gambling.
In 2012, the Canadian Poker Network was launched by SPIELO G2, through a deal with the Loto-Quebec and the British Columbia Lottery Corporation. At present, via the arrangement of BCLC with Manitoba Lotteries, Manitoba players were granted the means to play in the CPN from January of 2013.
Making a move to the market of internet gaming was a milestone of great importance for the OLGs modernisation, announced the chief executive officer and President of OLG, Rod Phillips. It pleases us to be able to offer regulated, secure, safe and entertaining option for Internet Gaming in Ontario where the things of importance to the people of the province will be supported by profits the community infrastructure and the health care services.