OLG is expanding its online casino offerings, and the newest feature will help players manage their favorite games in a more streamlined fashion. The new “Multi-Player Mode,” allows users to join other gamers in one of many popular gaming platforms, such as roulette or blackjack
The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission (OLG.ca) has added another another layer of entertainment to its regulated online gaming platform. The Crown agency just formed a new alliance and purchased Evolution’s services. The latter’s casino games will now be available only on the province’s one and only licensed internet platform.
OLG.ca, the Crown’s gaming platform, provides hundreds of slot titles and table games, as well as a variety of lottery products and, most recently, sports betting with PROLINE+. The platform may be accessed from any device in Ontario, and 100% of the earnings are re-invested in the local economy.
New Content Is Now Available
The OLG has now introduced Evolution’s live dealer games, in which players may engage with real-life dealers through live streaming, thanks to its new partner. The croupiers mix and deal actual cards, as well as spin a real roulette wheel, giving the players an accurate and nearly life-like casino experience while they wait for the outcome of the spin.
Dave Pridmore, the Crown corporation’s Chief Web and Strategy Officer, said the agency is excited to add these exciting Live Casino games to its digital platform. The official also said that the OLG is constantly striving to expand its online services by bringing in new partners like as Evolution, who keep diehard fans engaged while also attracting new audiences.
To play gaming titles on the OLG platform, Ontarians must be at least 19 years old, and to participate in lottery offers, they must be 18 years old. Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em, Baccarat, Roulette and Auto Roulette, Infinite Blackjack, and Ontario-only Blackjack are now available to play at Live Casino by Evolution, which is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. EST.
The relationship with OLG, according to Jeff Millar, Commercial Director, North America at Evolution, “strengthens the company’s foothold in Canada while offering world-class Live Casino games to locals.” Mr. Milla further said that the supplier is ecstatic to be serving the Crown with its live dealer games and delivering outstanding content to the province’s gamers.
PROLINE+ is now available.
On the same day that Bill C-218, the legislation that legalized single-sport betting in Canada, was signed into law, the OLG simultaneously unveiled PROLINE+, a brand-new digital sportsbook. As a result, the Crown became the first body in the nation to provide the new service. The website offers a variety of sports betting options, including pre-match and live bets while playing on the go.
In the summer, the Crown agency struck a content supply arrangement with popular gaming company AGS to add to its already extensive catalog of iGaming services on OLG.ca. The web site now offers the provider’s Class II and III slot games. Bonanza Blast®, Capital Gains®, Fu Nan Fu Nu®, Rakin Bacon!®, and Vegas Stacks® are just a few of the company’s best-selling games.
“Ontario’s Live Casino Games Are Now Exclusively Available on OLG.ca,” OLG, October 27, 2021.
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