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As part of Playtech's Canadian entry, the gambling technology company has launched multiple partnerships in Ontario. The company's full platform went live on the first day of market opening last week, and it stated that it will be announcing a further wave of partnerships in Ontario in the coming weeks. Ontario is North America's newest regulated market after the Gaming Commission of Ontario granted licenses to several suppliers.
Triple Profit Games (TPG) will be integrated into QTech's platform, which includes well-known partners like GameArt, Play'n GO, Wazdan, and NetEnt. After collaborating with QTech, TPG is eager to fast-track its plan for global expansion. The agreement has been praised by Asia-focused iGaming distributor as adding "yet more muscle" to its growing platform, which now includes TPG among other developers such as Big Time Gaming and Kalamba Games.