Leading software developer with offices in Malta, Sweden and India, Nolimit City, has today announced that it will be entering the Ontario gaming market in Canada following the awarding of its supplier license by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario.
The license award comes ahead of the new regulated market opening at the beginning of next month and will allow the developer to grow its reach in the Canadian province.
Just one week after releasing its latest title, Misery Mining, Nolimit City has secured the license after extensive assessments by the AGCO, which has resulted in the granting of the supplier license in a market that the developer has had a keen eye on.
As part of the new license, Nolimit City will open up its comprehensive portfolio of games to partners, including online gambling operators in Ontario, which will be active in the market from the 4th April 2022.
Top games from Nolimit City include Misery Mining, Tombstone RIP, East Coast Vs West Coast, Deadwood and Mental among others.
This new Ontario iGaming supplier license marks a significant milestone in the developer’s history and is inline with the growth and expansion strategy of the brand.
Along with consistently growing its footprint, Nolimit City will enter yet another new regulated market and tap in to a new audience that has already shown a strong interest in the software providers games.
What’s more, by increasing customer reach in the region, millions of players in Ontario will be able to experience the thrill and innovation of the Nolimit City brand, including unique and exciting video slot mechanics.
According to reports, this strategic move from Nolimit City is inline with the brands commitment to reaffirm its presence in the industry and enter as many regulated markets as possible.
Malcolm Mizzi of Nolimit City commented on the new Ontario license:
We’re over the moon to have been awarded this license and to be recognised as one of the early adopters of the newly regulated Canadian provinces.
Our commitment remains firm on being present in as many regulated markets as possible. We love Canadians and they seem to love our games back!