JackpotCity Casino has recently revealed another one of its big winners. This time Rheal L. from Espanola, Ontario, has won an amazing, CA$290,104 by playing the popular game ‘Break Da Bank’ on the casino’s online gaming platform. For the occasion, the big winner was presented with a cheque by the staff of the casino to celebrate the windfall.
Established back in 1998, JackpotCity Casino is a leading brand offering a plethora of online casino games, including slots, table games, video poker, scratch cards, and live casino games. It is available to play on several different devices and is certified by an independent testing agency, eCOGRA. The brand also promotes fun but responsible play.
Comments from the Operator and More
Last week, the casino had a cheque presentation ceremony to award Mr. Rheal his windfall. Mario Monroy, JackpotCity Ontario’s Market Development Manager said the operator’s objective is to deliver exciting wins like this one to audiences. He added that the company is pleased to have the Espanola resident on the expanding list of winners.
In the meantime, JackpotCity is still on the way to cementing its reputation for offering fair and exciting opportunities to its gaming audiences. The latest reported win puts not just Mr. Rheal but also the Town of Espanola on the map. Hence, adding another thrilling gaming milestone since the province’s iGaming market kicked off operations in April 2022.
It should be mentioned, that the digital casino is licensed to operate in Ontario’s regulated market for iGaming operators. In June 2022, its owner Super Group revealed that it was registered by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario to debut its Royal Vegas, Ruby Fortune and Spin Casino in the province’s open market for online gambling and sports betting.
Ontario’s Market in Numbers
Last month, iGaming Ontario, a subsidiary of AGCO, released its financial numbers for the second quarter of 2023-2024. During Q2, or the period between July 1, 2023, through September 30, 2023, operators in the province’s sector recorded a betting handle of CA$14.2 billion. This was an amazing 132% increase over the Q2 of last year but it does not include promotional bonuses.
iGaming Ontario reported that in Q2 total gaming revenue eclipsed CA$540 million or a 105% increase over Q2 of the previous FY. These figures include total cash bets, including rake fees, tournament fees, and other fees recorded by all licensed operators in the province. By the end of the quarter, there were 47 operators and 71 gaming websites up and running.
Meanwhile, even more operators are joining the regulated sector making it even more competitive. In October 2023, mkodo’s GeoLocs was selected as a geolocation provider for The Six Gaming and facilitated its launch in the province. The agreement will see GeoLocs deliver its geolocation verification solution to the brand, making sure it is compliant with all provincial standards.
Source: “JackpotCity Casino Awards Espanola Resident C$290,104 on ‘Break Da Bank’” PR Newswire, November 17, 2023