Fandom Sports Becomes Member of Canadian Gaming Association
Fandom Sports, a cutting-edge eSports developer, has become an official member of the Canadian Gaming Association.
Fandom Sports, a prominent eSports gaming provider and developer, has joined forces with the Canadian Gaming Association by becoming one of its official members. The linking comes at an opportune time, with the Canadian Senate on the verge of passing Bill C-218, which will legalise betting on single-game sports events.
The Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) is a nationwide trade organisation representing key local gambling suppliers and operators. The primary corporations under the association’s wing include lotteries, as well as sports betting, gaming, and eSports providers, in both land-based and online formats. CGA strives to revolutionise Canada’s gambling industry through research, innovation, and cooperation.
Favourable Time for Membership
David Vinokurov, CEO and President of Fandom Sports, has shared his views on the company’s membership in the Canadian Gaming Association. Speaking on behalf of the company, Vinokurov stated that Fandom Sports is proud to join the community of Canada’s gaming leaders at a time when the local betting industry is preparing for the potential legalisation of single-event wagering.
Vinokurov added that as a Canadian-based corporation with a suite of locally developed tools and technologies, the company is in a favourable position to influence the local gaming market. He also believes that the whole local eSports sector would benefit from their gaming solutions.
Fandom Sports provides eSports products on an application for mobile devices. The company’s unified information access platform is constructed around a private cloud with multilingual support. The company offers eSports services to Super Fans via its exclusively designed data interaction tool.
Paul Burns, the president of the Canadian Gaming Association, has also shared his thoughts on the association’s newest member. He noted that CGA is happy to have an eSports provider as a member and officially welcomed the company. He continued by saying that the likely legalisation of single-event sports betting has the prospect to revolutionise the country’s betting scene completely.
CGA’s Stance on Bill C-218
Earlier, the Canadian Gaming Association requested that Senate prioritises Bill C-218’s reading ahead of other bills. The association voiced its concern that while land-based casinos in Canada remain closed, gamblers continue to pour money into offshore gambling sites. Additionally, CGA started an online campaign in favour of the bill called #bettersportsbetting.