mkodo joins CGA to ‘enhance’ Canada’s igaming sector

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B2B gaming technology supplier mkodo has joined the Canadian Gaming Association (CGA), reinforcing its commitment to advancing the country’s regulated igaming industry.

As a new member of the CGA, mkodo will work alongside industry leaders to drive innovation, advocate for responsible gaming practices, and foster growth in both land-based and online lottery, betting, and gaming across all Canadian provinces.

Paul Burns, President and CEO of the CGA, commented: “We are delighted to have mkodo join our membership. Their expertise as the leading mobile apps and geolocation supplier to Crown Corporations Lotteries will be a valuable addition to our community.”

The company has a long history in the Canadian gaming industry. 

For more than a decade, it has powered the mobile apps, websites, front-end UX and geolocation technology of numerous Canadian lotteries, including the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG), the British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC), Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis (AGLC), the Western Canada Lottery Corporation (WCLC) and the Atlantic Lottery Corporation (ALC).

Stuart Godfree, Managing Director of mkodo, stated: “We are thrilled to join the CGA, an organisation that plays a crucial role in shaping the future of the regulated gaming industry in Canada. 

“This membership aligns perfectly with our mission to provide exceptional user experiences in igaming and lottery and reinforces our commitment to supporting responsible gaming initiatives within Canada. We look forward to collaborating with CGA members to drive forward the industry’s standards and innovation.”

This development follows an agreement with Ellipse Entertainment in February. The pair entered into a partnership to implement the digital app and user interface developer’s GeoLocs solution within Ontario’s betting market.