partypoker is delighted to open a fully-licensed poker room to players based in Ontario, Canada, after successfully registering with the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO).
Due to the new regulations in Ontario, players based in the province will be moved to the new on.partypoker.ca platform. Poker tables at on.partypoker.ca will be ringfenced to players located in Ontario. The regulation from AGCO will ensure players are given the same level of service and consumer protection they are used to with Party Brands.
Once they are on the platform, players can enjoy poker, casino games and sports betting all from one central hub, with Canadian dollars now in use.
The collection of poker games available includes a tournament schedule that will feature partypoker’s renowned Daily Legends and Super Sunday tournaments. Players will also be able to play cash games, fastforward games, SPINS and sit and gos.
partypoker is only part of the suite of offerings entering Ontario. Others include Party Casino and Party Sports to give poker players well-rounded gaming options.
A full Q&A confirming all details about the recent move and what this means for partypoker players can be seen here.
There will also be plenty of action for casino players to get involved in. Among the games on offer to players in Ontario will be a whole suite of exclusive games such as Bison Fury and Big Banker Deluxe for the players to get their spin on!
Whether it’s the casino classics like Premium Roulette or Vegas Blackjack, or the new gameshows in Crazy Time or Monopoly Live the players are after, they will certainly find their favourites at Party Casino.
A full Q&A confirming all details about the recent move and what this means for Party Casino players can be seen here.
Vic Walia, Managing Director of Party Brands, said: “I am truly excited that all three of our Party brands are entering the Ontario market. Both recreational and professional players living in Ontario will be able to experience a world class gaming product across poker, casino and sports. As a Canadian and Toronto-Native myself, I am particularly proud of this moment in our company’s history.”