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Ontario Regulator Fines Three iGaming Operators over Uncertified Slot Games

Posted on April 26, 2023 | 5:50 am

The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, the government body in charge of regulating iGaming in Canada’s most populous province, has announced that it has penalized three online casino operators.

The total amount of the three fines went up to 70,000 Canadian dollars after the three iGaming operators failed to independently approve slot games for integrity. What the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario requires is for all slot games to have a seal of approval from an independent testing laboratory.

The biggest fine, worth 30,000 Canadian dollars, was handed to Mobile Incorporated Limited, known under the brand name of Mobinc. The company was alleged to provide multiple uncertified games on Conquestador, the online casino it operates in Ontario. Moreover, the respective slot games were coming from suppliers who were not registered with the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario.

Bunchberry Limited, the company that operates ComeOn! Casino in Ontario, received a fine worth 15,000 Canadian dollars after the regulator found that its offering contained slot games which were not verified by an independent testing laboratory.

LeoVegas has also received a fine from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, who alleged that the online casino had one uncertified slot game in its offering. The three companies can appeal the fines at the License Appeal Tribunal, which is an adjudicative tribunal independent of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario.

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Speaking about the decision, Tom Mungham, Chief Executive Officer and Registrar of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), underlined that his organization “holds all registered operators to high standards of responsible gambling, player protection and game integrity, and monitors their activities in the interest of Ontarians.”

The AGCO chief executive officer also reminded that operators can only offer games which come from registered suppliers and also have a certificate issued by an independent testing laboratory that also has to be registered with the provincial regulator.

“Ontarians who choose to play on registered sites need the assurance that the games being provided meet these requirements,” Tom Mungham concluded. The Ontario iGaming market launched on 4 April 2022, and during the first year it generated 1.4 billion Canadian dollars generated 1.4 billion Canadian dollars in total gaming revenue.


“AGCO issues $70,000 in monetary penalties to three internet gaming operators for offering uncertified slot games“,, April 20, 2023.

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