Casivo Enters the US and Canada
Given that the North American gambling industry is constantly growing, more and more brands enter this sector, and one of them is Malta-based Casivo, which went online in the US and Canada this week. Now residents of both countries will have access to the brand’s gambling insights, which help to make informed choices when gambling online.
Casivo is a trustworthy source of information about online casinos, how to play, and the latest offers in the iGaming sector. It was launched in 2017 and is run by experienced iGaming experts, who compare, review and rank online gambling platforms, promoting only licensed and regulated operators and educating customers.
The company has been approved to operate in the state of New Jersey as well as in Ontario and other Canadian provinces. In Casivo they believe that since more and more casino brands launch in different jurisdictions across the continent, it is important that both casinos and affiliates comply with the rules and regulations in each of them.
CEO of Novitana and Editor-in-Chief of Casivo mentioned the brand’s targeting to the regulated market and noted that the goal for the company in the Great White North was to be a leading example when it came to presenting licensed and regulated casinos, thus providing a safe betting environment for bettors; the company would adopt a similar strategy for US markets.
One of the company’s gaming experts Kayla Miller noted that the growth in gambling revenue was at an all-time high in the US; despite in-person gambling being still the number one revenue drive, more and more states legalized online gambling, which would only boost iGaming numbers in the country in the upcoming few years.
The senior content manager and one of Casivo’s experts Noah Wilson said that with the recent launch of Ontario’s provincially-run online market, more users could wager safely via the regulated brands; revenue from the province spiked by 65% in Q2 of 2022 and it was expected to be even more bullish in 2023.
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