High 5 Games is poised to offer its service options to the Canadian iGaming market which recently opened itself up to the industry. The developer intends to use Ontario as a Launchpad, because of the potential that the province offers.
Bridging the gap
Canadian gamblers are already well acquainted with the High 5 Games brand due to the provider’s slot games that can be found across the country. Many major brick-and-mortar casinos in Canada offer High 5 titles and the studio also operates an online social casino via its website and Facebook.
The CEO of High 5 Games, Tony Singer, stated that the company’s strategy has partly been informed by requests from numerous land-based players who requested that the developer offer real money gaming online in Canada. Singer advised that the wait will soon be over for the eager players.
Canada’s iGaming industry has seen steady development over the past few weeks as new companies sign up to offer their services. One new notable deal involves Pronet Gaming Limited, a UK-based online gaming platform developer and TrueNorth.bet.
Under the agreement, TrueNorth.bet will employ Pronet’s products to offer online services to the Canadian market. Licensing for the deal was secured via the Kahnawake Gaming Commission and now bettors across Canada will be able to access premium sports betting.
In September 2021, the company revealed it would double its commitment to social casino gaming. High 5 released this information after announcing that it would be integrating NetEnt content into its portfolio.
Following the NetEnt announcement, High 5 stated that it had made an agreement with First Look Games where First Look Games will offer 40 of High Five’s titles to its customers. Aside from the 40 games, affiliates will be allowed access to numerous High 5 assets like images, videos, and logos.