The new Canadian gold rush is on, as AllSlotSites.com on Friday said its online portal is live in Canada, providing casino and slot game listings and reviews for Canadian gamblers.
AllSlotSites.com has been live in the UK since 2019.
As reported Wednesday by Gaming America, London-based online gambling comparison site operator Seven Star Digital launched its new Canada-focused platform, BestOnlineCasinos.ca, two days ago.
In a statement issued Friday, AllSlotSites.com said its new Canadian site was built with the same features that have made it a popular destination for UK slots fans, including hundreds of expert game reviews, up-to-date listings of fully licensed casinos accepting Canadian players, a page spotlighting new casinos with the latest site launches updated each month, industry news including updates on regulation of the Canadian market, feature articles on gambling strategies, and game guides to help players understand slots math models, variance and Return to Player.
The company noted the passing of Private Members Bill C-218 in June legalized sports betting in Canada and is expected to the catalyst for provincial governments to open up the market for private betting firms to operate in the country.
“Online gambling in Canada is evolving fast with a newly regulated market expected to open up in the coming months,” the company said in a statement.
AllSlotSites cited recent research that estimated the Canadian online gambling market eventually will be worth $30 billion annually.
“The Canadian arm of AllSlotSites will provide vital information to Canadian gamblers at this time of change, ensuring access to crucial information to help choose only sites that are licensed and legal for residents of the territory,” the company said.
As in the UK, AllSlotSites Canada will operate on an affiliate business model with sales commissions paid by operators in return for listings on the site. The company said to ensure a fully localized version of the portal, writers were chosen for their knowledge and understanding of the Canadian market and Canadian gamblers’ preferences.