NYX Online Gambling Now In Canada

Published Friday, January 13, 2017 - Online-Casinos.com
NYX Online Gambling Now In Canada

Canada is one large place that for a number of months is cold and inhospitable what with tons of snow and inclement weather it makes sense that online gambling activity is popular there. The laws regarding internet betting in the Great White North are confusing at times but for the most part gambling is administered by the provincial governments three of which have been offering online betting for some time now.

The gambling regulators of the three Canadian province have awarded US based NYX Gaming the contract to make their gambling products available in British Columbia, Québec, and Nova Scotia. Separate arrangements were made with each of the three jurisdictions. The British Columbia Gaming Policy & Enforcement Branch will monitor NYX’s offerings which is being determined the “Gaming Service Provider” for the BC government’s Play Now regulated online gambling site.  In Quebec the firm will be considered the “Approved Gaming Supplier” for Loto-Québec and in Nova Scotia in Atlantic Canada NYX Gaming is now the “Lottery Equipment Supplier.”

Chief executive officer of NYX Gaming, Matt Davey, commented,  “Satisfying the comprehensive conditions set out by the gaming regulators and authorities across these provinces is testament to our long-term strategy to operate at the highest levels in regulated gaming worldwide.

“The approvals pave the way to expand our footprint with gaming content and sports book services across Canada; our underlying product focus is now the cornerstone of our new operating model and strategic vision.

“Since our initial public offering at the end of 2014, the journey at NYX has been underpinned by our view on the technology, content and capabilities required to capitalise on the pace of growth in regulated online gambling worldwide.

“We look forward to providing world-class content and technology across these provinces and working closely with their respective gaming regulators and authorities.”







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