Twain Sport has outlined big plans for the North American market after being granted a license to enter Ontario via the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO).
The Lithuania-based live sports vertical – under the guidance of the Hybrid Sports League and BetGames – began its journey with the release of basketball game T-Basket, which was followed by the launch of T-Kick, a soccer-focused release delivering 6,300 matches each month.
Following approval from the AGCO, Twain Sports is aiming to provide a ‘unique high-turnover’ and ‘high-frequency format’ of live sport to operator clients in the Canadian province.
“We’re thrilled to have gained a supplier license for the Ontario market,” said John-Paul Rowland, VP Europe, Asia and the Americas at BetGames. “The region is growing quickly and showing a lot of potential [and], as we head into 2023, we feel we’ve arrived at the perfect time.”
The company is also confident that its presence in Ontario will help to expand its offering with operators and increase its player reach and international presence.
Rowland added: “The market entry allows us to meet our ambitious goals for the year and lets us establish Twain Sport as a major name within the live sports space. We can’t wait to get going and see what Ontario has in store for us.”