Odds On Compliance has expanded its regulatory expertise in the North American betting and gaming markets, widening its Playbook product to include Canada.
Partnering with Canadian law firm Osler, Hosking & Harcourt, Odds On Compliance can, beginning today, offer subscribers access to Canadian gaming regulations via its comprehensive overview, with up-to-date information.
Coming off the back of Ontario’s legalization of sports betting and online gaming earlier this year, the company has moved to keep companies interested in moving north of the border up-to-date with the regulatory framework.
“I’m proud to announce the continued expansion of Playbook. This is another step forward in the evolution of our technology,” commented Eric Frank, CEO and Co-Founder of Odds On Compliance. “I am looking forward to working closely with the Osler team to provide Playbook users with even more gaming regulations that now includes the Canadian market.”
Playbook officially launched in May following a successful beta period, with Playbook+ also launching at a similar time.
The product offers subscribers a comprehensive overview of North American sports betting, igaming, daily fantasy sports, and ilottery regulatory landscapes.
Moreover, Odds On Compliance launched Playbook AI, bringing AI-powered natural language to Playbook, in order to ‘enhance search capabilities’ from user queries.